Lifestyle & Fun
Take a virtual ride on Magic Mountain's Full Throttle roller coaster
CALIFORNIA (WABC) -- The world's tallest and fastest looping roller coaster is now open at Magic Mountain in southern California, but you don't have to go there to see what riding the Full Throttle is like.
You can take a virtual ride with a new video.
The coaster hits 70 miles per hour as it rounds the world-record breaking 160- foot loop.
The ride then accelerates as it hits another drop before coming to a full stop inside a tunnel.
That's when the real fun begins, as the coaster goes through the dive backwards before speeding up for the grand finale drop.
The entire ride takes less than one minute.
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