Jurassic World: VelociCoaster Daytime Testing Footage – December 9, 2020

Though we had an update just two days ago, we went back to Universal’s Islands of Adventure to capture more testing of the new Jurassic World: VelociCoaster! In this update you’ll find an array of pictures and videos of the new coaster, slated to open in the Summer of 2021.

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***Please note that this is a multi-page update, make sure to click on page 2 at the bottom of this page to get to all the testing videos!

We’ll keep this update mainly focused around pictures of the new coaster’s daytime testing, thus we’ll minimize the amount of writing. We’ll start with the first element, the ride’s Immelman inversion:

The second inversion is a Dive Loop! These pictures here also give a nice close up of the coaster trains and the details on the seats:

The coaster’s front half can only be seen from within Jurassic Park, but the 2 inversions do stick out:

The first half of the layout is a bit hard to see from the midway, but the rockwork is gorgeous! Note the ‘lego’ looking square lights turned on below, these are an important part of the ride’s plot and experience:

After the hill seen above, the 24-passenger trains launch through a tunnel into the 160 ft. tall Top Hat:

A set of trim brakes ensure the coaster doesn’t run over the top too quick:

The drop off the Top Hat will dive directly towards the ride’s entrance plaza:

The entrance to the coaster will be located on the back side of the Jurassic Park Discovery Center. Much to the confusion of guests today, that repeatedly asked us where the entrance to the testing coaster was:

Continue reading this report on PAGE 2 for more pictures and videos of the coaster testing!

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