s with any kind of rumour, this information should be considered unofficial until Universal Studios Hollywood officially confirms.
At this time, the working title for the roller coaster is Fast & Furious Hollywood Drift.
The concept art above shows a C-shaped roller coaster track with a spinning roller coaster train on it high above the show building of the potential Fast & Furious roller coaster.
Screamscape compared the attraction’s potential system to that of Universal Studios Florida’s Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts (ride vehicles that have a controlled spin).
The Universal Studios Florida e-ticket attraction was manufactured by Intamin, who is said to be working on Fast & Furious Hollywood Drift as well.
Whilst Universal Studios Hollywood hasn’t officially announced the attraction, a permit was filed earlier this month.
It’s fair to suggest things could change between the concept art process and the final version. Stay tuned for further updates.
Once again, as with any kind of rumour, this information should be considered unofficial until Universal Studios Hollywood officially confirms.