WATCH: The world’s fastest, tallest and longest dive roller coaster looks utterly terrifying
The roller coaster is due to open next year
A new Canadian theme park has revealed a record-breaking new roller coaster due to open next year.
The Yukon Striker will open at Canada’s Wonderland in 2019, and is being billed "longest, fastest and tallest dive roller coaster in the world."
The coaster will have over 1,100 metres of track, and hit speeds of 130 kilometres per hour.
It will also have a 90-degree, 75-metre drop that will lead into an underwater tunnel.
Canada's Wonderland shared a CGI video showing what the coaster will look like, and it is pretty insane.
— Canada's Wonderland (@WonderlandNews) August 15, 2018
Canada’s Wonderland opened in Vaughn, Ontario, in 1981. It was Canada's first major theme park, and remains the country's biggest.
The world’s current tallest rollercoaster in the Kingda Ka, at Six Flags Great Adventure, in New Jersey, towering a massive 456 ft.