I’ve stayed quiet about the indoor section as I frankly have no idea what will happen. However there are a few things that are certain or at least very likely.
1. There won’t be a beyond vertical drop inside. There simply isn’t enough room from floor to ceiling for the drop and
the pullout. Unless it’s one of those silly 180 degree drops Mumbo Jumbo
is about as short a beyond vertical drop you can get.
I suppose they could be digging a basement for the building but I somehow doubt it. Unlike Sub-Terra I don’t believe the planning application mentioned digging down.
2. I suspect the station will be at the top of the building followed by a turn and a near vertical drop. This is just based on the fact that every other Euro-fighter with a dark ride section starts like this and it’s a really good opener.
3. Although the building is larger than the Warehouse for Saw it looks quite narrow and also has to contain more of the queue line and station (Saw’s queue is an overhang off the side of the station). The inside section will be very restricted and probably quite short. If there is an additional inversion I can only see it being something like a Heartline Roll or a dive loop Aka. one of theses two elements on Mystery Mine
That’s my thoughts on the station so far. I think there’s a good chance we could be seeing a vertical launch based on the fact we know the park has already considered this (see dominoes post)
Personally I also believe the trains will be a similar design to the traditional Euro-fighter but with 3, maybe 4 rows. And Lap bars of course.