will add a first-of-its-kind $25-million steel roller coaster in May that will be the tallest, fastest and longest at the
After a yearlong viral marketing campaign that teased fans with hints and clues about "
unveiled plans Tuesday for an
, with winged seats, called Skyrush.
Under construction in the
, the 200-foot-tall Skyrush coaster will feature a near-vertical 85-degree first drop followed by four high-speed banking turns and five airtime hills at speeds reaching 75 mph.
The 3,600-foot-long Skyrush track will travel along a creek and cross over the 1947 Comet out-and-back wooden coaster. The coaster's station house will be modeled after historic train stations in the Hershey area.