Length5577.4 ft
Height219.8 ft
Drop205 ft
Speed74.6 mph
Vertical Angle60°
Elements219.8 ft tall Chain Lift Hill with a 205 ft drop at 60°
Hill with a 136 ft drop
360° Helix
360° Helix


Arrangement3 trains with 6 cars per train. Riders are arranged 2 across in 3 rows for a total of 36 riders per train.
Built byD.H. Morgan Manufacturing, Inc.


Capacity1600 riders per hour

Operating schedule

On December 28th, 2020 Six Flags Mexico posted on social media: "Les tenemos una noticia importante, Superman El Último Escape dio su último recorrido en #SixFlagsMéxico. ¡Gracias Superman por darnos tantos momentos de adrenalina y diversión!" In English, this is stating the Superman El Último Escape has given it's last rides. In Mexico, December 28th is similar to April 1st, or April Fools Day, in other countries.
Superman el Último Escape was intended to be a 2002 attraction. Construction started and then halted due to a dispute between Six Flags and the Mexican government. It took about two years to resolve these issues and construction resumed in 2004 with the roller coaster opening in late 2004.


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