MARUSSIA B2 2010 - Present
The Marussia B2 is the carmaker’s second model after the B1, with the two models sharing a multitude of components. Thus, the differences between the two are mainly cosmetic.
The Russian automotive producer paid a lot of attention to the cabin design of the car, which was inspired from the interior of a space shuttle.
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The first car Marussia Motors produced, the Marussia B1 was a decent looking and performing car which never really sold as its creators intended. However, Marussia are back with a new (and substantially better-looking) car, the B2. Apparently, they have sold their entire production run of 500 units and are moving ... Continue Reading →
Now, we don’t enjoy anonymous supercars, especially if they don’t back it up with some heritage. But this one is a little different. It’s called the Marussia B1, it’s developed by a Russian company and is sold with a V6 engine. According to Alex Molik, who spotted the car in Monaco recently, t... Continue Reading →
The time to finally get things straight with the Lotus name running loose on race tracks. As you know, the 2011 season has seen Malaysian-owned Team Lotus fight Lotus Renault GP for the tack use of this name. The first has gotten its hands on the designation by receiving it from Proton, which owns Lotus (the carma... Continue Reading →
Ring Automotive has revealed that it has formed a partnership with the Marussia Virgin Racing Formula One team. As part of the agreement for the 2011 season the Ring Automotive logo will be displayed on the car’s side pod turning vanes during four of this season’s Grands Prix. Ring Automotive’s m... Continue Reading →
Celebrating their partnership with the Marussia Virgin Racing F1 team, Swiss watch manufacturer Armin Strom has created the official watch for the team’s mechanics and development staff. Simply dubbed ARMIN Racing Chronograph, the wristwatch does not sport the "F1" name or logo, as the watchmaker has ... Continue Reading →
Marussia Motors has recently teamed up with Virgin Racing for the team’s second season in Formula 1, and is hoping to become a household name in the supercar business. At the recent launch of the Virgin MVR-02 F1 car for the 2011 season, the Russian manufacturer unveiled the B1 supercar for the UK market. De... Continue Reading →