Europa Park, Germany's largest theme park, is on the brink of launching its most exhilarating rollercoaster yet: Voltron. This attraction, set to become the centrepiece of the park's newest Croatian themed area, promises to redefine the theme park experience. Recently, Lukas, a renowned personality of Europa Park, released a documentary that takes viewers behind the scenes of this ground-breaking rollercoaster, you can find a link to the video here..

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If you don't want to watch the whole 15 minutes, we've written down the best bits below...

A Glimpse into Voltron's World:
Developed by the acclaimed MACK Rides and in collaboration with the Croatian inventor Mate Rimac, this innovative rollercoaster is an adrenaline-pumping journey into the world of Nikola Tesla. Stretching an impressive 1385 meters, it holds the title of Europe's longest multi-launch coaster. The ride features three intense acceleration sections, a first in Europe, and was officially unveiled with Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic in attendance.

Inside the Documentary:
The documentary provides an in-depth look at the conception and construction of Voltron. It starts with a comedic scene featuring Lukas attempting to meet his partner atop a tower, only to find him on a cherry picker beside the coaster's main element, a modern reinterpretation of Tesla's famous Wardenclyffe Tower. The film introduces Sebastian Elender, Europa Park's gardener, who plays a crucial role in integrating authentic Croatian flora into the ride's landscape, emphasizing the attention to detail in Voltron's design.

Behind the Scenes:
Viewers are taken to the maintenance shed, revealing the intricate process of maintaining the rollercoaster carts and the complex switch track system. The documentary also provides a sneak peek at Voltron's entrance area, highlighting the planned waiting areas and accessibility features for all guests.

More Than Just a Ride:
Voltron Nevera powered by Rimac
is more than just a rollercoaster; it's a symbol of innovation and a tribute to the achievements of Mate Rimac in the field of electric vehicles. This collaboration between Europa Park and Rimac not only celebrates a shared vision for excellence but also promises to bring an authentic Croatian cultural experience to the theme park.

As the construction of the Croatian-themed area in Europa Park begins with the completion of Voltron Nevera powered by Rimac, guests can anticipate an immersive experience that combines thrill, innovation, and cultural authenticity. This documentary by Lukas offers a unique perspective on the creation of what is set to be a landmark attraction in the theme park industry.