The world clearly needs more car-themed amusement parks, and these ten should be built first.
Using these rides may cause slow and painful death. My X-type is too a real Jaguar has more:
Half of the rides are unfinished, the completed rides break down intermittently and for no good reason, only 25% of the lighting works, there are oil reflecting pools. and the workers strike several times a day setting the trash cans on fire. It would be really really fun.
The workers go on strike half-way through the rides.
It'd be nothing but an endless hill climb.
People don't get enough experience off road. The Jeep (or Land Rover depending on where you are) experience would be highly educational as well as muddy.
Instant torque and carbon-neutral acceleration that puts pressure on your eyeballs? Sign us up! JayBe_III:
Electric go carts, future vehicles, a "hyper loop" system like what Elon described... the list goes on and on!
You might need some tools for this vacation, themanwithsauce explains:
Everything is super light weight but you have to build your own cart for the roller coasters. Each ride is roughly the same roller coaster, just some go faster than others. Of course the TRUE fans of the park know the best one is the newest one that is also the slowest. To get around, you build your own little powered kart. The park mascots are things like a big coilover or a valve cover. Even though they share the same name, the Caterham F1 ride experience isn't actually in the Caterham park since they're not actually the same. But that's fine as that ride hasn't worked too well since the park opened for 2014.
Think of the amusement park in Chernobyl. This would be the same, but full of Saturns and Pontiacs instead of radioactive dust.
You die with a smile on your face, but you've signed the papers, so no refunds.
Children need to know about these cars. The rides would be founded by China instead of Sweden, so no meatballs.
If Ferrari has two now, Lamborghini will build three, and they will all be significantly more extreme as well. That's the Lamborghini way.
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