- Approximate opening date: Sometime in 2014.
For Disney World's seventh coaster, the prototype ride system will send the train's cars swinging to and fro as they navigate the track. Because they will freely pivot perpendicular to the track, the unique cars, rather than the passengers, will bear the brunt of the lateral g-forces. (There likely wouldn't be high g-forces regardless of the cars. Because this is Fantasyland, I'm guessing the coaster will be less a thrill ride like Big Thunder Mountain -- not that the Frontierland coaster is that thrilling -- and more a relatively gentle ride.) That will leave guests swinging in time to the music and focusing on the cute dwarfs, the mine sets, and Snow White.