Sweden's Grona Lund is known for it's super-condensed layout, with amusement rides layered on top of one another, regularly crossing paths and interacting as well. The park is going to get just a bit more crowded in 2020 with the addition of a brand new B&M Inverted roller coaster.
The amusement park has started the process of applying for approval of their building plans, leaving plenty of time for the construction on the ride to start in 2018, with a 2020 opening. The park's dense layout means that construction might be a bit more complicated that usual.
Here's the ride's layout, taken from this Swedish news article (translated) about the ride:
|© Grona Lund|
The translated article says that the ride is inspired by two similar rides in the U.S. - it does have the heartline finish of Banshee at Kings Island, but I'm not sure I can put my finger on what the other may be. Looks like a fun coaster, though!