Out of interest I just looked back over the history of the Euro-Fighter. It’s amazing how much the designs changed over time, more so than just about any other ride type.
Typhoon: an early design
Mystery Mine: Notice how compact the elements are
Rage: The first Euro-Fighter to use tri and bi-rail. Most are now predominantly bi-rail
Notice that the supports on this curve match those on the finale curve of SW7.
Fluch von Novgorod added launches
Huracan: 3 by 2 trains
I could be wrong but I think this vertical lift looks allot more like the one on SW7. This suggests that this will either be a 3 by 2 train (poor capacity) or a longer train.
Based on their past changes I wouldn’t be surprised if they have opted for a new track and possibly train design. It’ll be worth seeing what they build in 2012 in case they try out anything new on any upcoming rides. So far the RCDB only has 1 family ride on their 2012 list.