Cedar Point unveils new ‘Steel Vengeance’ coaster

Mean Streak roller coaster
The Mean Streak at Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio. (Courtesy: Cedar Point)

SANDUSKY, Ohio (WOOD) — On National Roller Coaster Day, Cedar Point unveiled a new ride that will make its debut next year.

The Ohio-based theme park announced Wednesday that it will open the world’s tallest, fastest and longest hybrid roller coaster called Steel Vengeance. The roller coaster previously known as the Mean Streak is being transformed into the new attraction.

The ride will be 205 feet tall, travel 74 miles per hour and have a duration of 2 minutes and 30 seconds.

According to Cedar Point, Steel Vengeance broke 10 world records for hybrid roller coasters, including height, speed, steepest and longest drop and most airtime.

Steel Vengeance will be located in the FrontierTown portion of the park.