The iconic Ferris wheel at Coney Island, Wonder Wheel, is turning 92 this year and is going to enter the 21st century with an environmentally-friendly upgrade. The new additions, at a cost of $70,000, include a solar panel that will light up the corners of each car and give it the look and feel of how it was first built. These lights were removed nearly 30 years ago over safety concerns about riders’ exposure to electrical wiring. The Wheel will also include special handmade light bulbs that take an hour each to assemble and almost an entire workday to affix on each of the 16 cars. Another feature at Coney Island – the 262-foot tall parachute jump, a.k.a. “Brooklyn’s Eiffel Tower” – will be getting a $2 million upgrade from the city, as well.