Check out the amazing trains on Europa-Park's new coaster

January 26, 2024, 4:10 PM · Europa-Park is showing off a completed train for its upcoming 2024 roller coaster - Voltron Nevera.

One of the trains arrived today at the park from sister company Mack Rides, which designed and built the 4,544-foot, 105-foot-tall Stryker Coaster. Voltron Nevera Powered by Rimac will anchor the park's new Croatia land when the ride opens later this year.

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I would make a "rich Corinthian leather" joke here, but I am afraid that would be lost on whatever audience we have that's younger than me. Still, I love the decoration here, as well as the wing coaster-like seats on the edges.

Europa-Park this week also reposted some concept art for the coaster, which takes its inspiration from the work of Croatia's own Nikola Tesla.

Voltron Nevera track
Concept art courtesy Europa-Park

Voltron Nevera station

Just stunning looks all around here. Great attention to detail, raising hopes that Voltron Nevera could be a strong contender for best new attraction of 2024.

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Replies (3)

January 26, 2024 at 5:20 PM

These are gorgeous!! If this level of detail keeps up, we may have to create a new category for the end of year awards for best themed ride vehicle.

January 27, 2024 at 2:54 PM

Rich Corinthian leather....

January 27, 2024 at 5:04 PM

And here was me hoping it would combine with 4 other coasters to create a super coaster...

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