The “Fast & Furious”-themed roller coaster currently under construction at Universal Studios Hollywood has a name and an opening timeframe.

Universal announced Friday that the coaster, dubbed Fast & Furious: Hollywood Drift, will debut in 2026. The first outdoor thrill coaster in the park’s history, it will feature ride vehicles that can rotate 360 degrees to “sensation of drifting cars,” according to a Universal press release. 

“As Universal Studios Hollywood continues to evolve, the arrival of Fast & Furious: Hollywood Drift will be a powerful game changer that will infuse a new level of thrill into our already dynamic theme park, and we look forward to welcoming guests when it races onto the scene in 2026,” Universal Hollywood executive vice president and general manager Scott Strobl said in a prepared statement.

The coaster was first reported as a rumored project by Alicia Stella of Theme Park Stop in May 2022. The ride’s layout was obtained by in June 2023 before it was officially revealed by Universal the following month. 

To placate concerns of residents close to Universal, the new ride will include a few sound mitigation elements, including “half pipe shields” to trap noise at certain parts of the ride. The rotating cars will supposedly help with noise reduction by pointing guests’ yells and screams away from residential areas. 

The entrance to Fast & Furious: Hollywood Drift will be located on the park’s Upper Lot, in the space by the Animal Actors and Special Effects stage shows before they closed in 2023. The coaster layout will take riders over the Universal City hillside, including around the Starway escalator that connects to the Lower Lot.