Adlabs Imagica launches 'floorless' roller coaster - The New Indian Express

Adlabs Imagica launches 'floorless' roller coaster

Published: 09th October 2013 09:03 PM

Last Updated: 09th October 2013 09:03 PM

Theme entertainment park Adlabs Imagica will now house Nitro, said to be the country's first 'floorless' roller coaster, which combines a blend of twists, speed and free-flight experience.

The roller coaster is said to give riders a sense of thrill with the feel of flying and being suspended mid-air. 

It is designed to simulate a 'flying chair', giving every passenger a virtual front-row view through five inversions that include high speed banked turns, a dive loop and interlocked corkscrews, read a statement.

"Nitro is one of our key and most awaited attractions in the park, taking thrill to an all new level," Aarti Shetty, creative director at Adlabs Entertainment Limited, said in a statement.

"It is one of my favourite rides and I am sure people will thoroughly enjoy and appreciate this beast of a coaster. The launch of Nitro is a big milestone for Adlabs Imagica as the park is now officially complete with all the rides fully operational," she added.

Designed and engineered by Bolliger & Mabillard of Monthey, Switzerland, one of the leading manufacturers of roller coasters worldwide, this coaster is going to give all the coasters across the country a run for its money.

The theme park, situated on the Mumbai-Pune Expressway, now has a total of 21 attractions and five restaurants.

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