Multiple Pieces of Concept Art Leak for ‘Fast and Furious – Hollywood Drift’ Roller Coaster at Universal Studios Hollywood

Concept art of a potential Fast and Furious coaster for Universal Studios Hollywood has surfaced thanks to Screamscape.com.

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The working title of the coaster is Fast & Furious Hollywood Drift. It would be in the Upper Lot of Universal Studios Hollywood, descend towards the Lower Lot, and then come back up.

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The concept art shows a C-shaped coaster track with spinning cars stretching above the show building.

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Screamscape compared the ride’s possible system to that of Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts in Universal Studios Florida in that the cars have a controlled spin. Gringotts was constructed by Intamin, who is said to be constructing this Fast and Furious attraction, too.

Universal has not yet announced this attraction but did file a permit earlier this month. Things could change between this leaked concept art for the ride and its final version.

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3 thoughts on “Multiple Pieces of Concept Art Leak for ‘Fast and Furious – Hollywood Drift’ Roller Coaster at Universal Studios Hollywood”

  1. Hate to lose the Special Effects Stage and not the biggest Fast & Furious fan, but this area does seem like the last remnants of the major park upgrades surrounding it on all sides. Also if this spells the end of Fast & Furious on the tour, all the better. I typically avoid the tour due to having to sit through that with no option to avoid it…

  2. Wouldn’t go back to Universal if they paid me. Went last Wednesday. Absolutely a joke. Nothing is labeled to find rides, entrances are mostly hidden, every ride except Forbidden Harry and Jurassic Park are less than a minute to ride, tram lot tour about as exciting as paint drying, $30 and up to park. I should have done an extra day at Disneyland.

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