Marussia are hoping to start delivering the first B2's to their new owners in 2010 and aim to be producing 150 units a year. And just like the B1, buyers of the Marussia B2 will have an extensive customization and options list. Initially the car will be offered for sale in most of continental Europe and the Near East. By the end of 2010 the company hope to begin exports to both the US and UK shores. A racing version is also in the pipeline for late 2010.
Marussia has teased their new vehicle, the Marussia B2, for a Frankfurt premiere. The B1 was designed "in the style of a jet fighter," and looks like it uses rivets as styling points. The darkened photos are intriguing, to say the least.The car looks rather interestingly, and body panels are adjusted to each other aloud better, than on the pre-series sample. The interior of the presented cars is finished by a skin, and internal furnish, probably still will lead up to mind. According to Nikolay Fomenko, welding of power structure of a body is in general its pride.
The Russian company introduced their B1 Hybrid Supercar in their home country last year. The €100,000 car uses a 3.5-liter V6, the B1 debuted with everything from a plasma video screen, to a high-speed internet connection. It was designed by Top Gear Russia star Nikolai Fomenko, a former driver in both the Le Mans and FIA GT series.Both cars will be on stage in Frankfurt from this week on, marking the non-Russian debut of the Marussia B1 and the global debut of the Marussia B2.Marussia B2 supercar