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Marussia B1
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Production 2008 -2014
Class Supercar
Body Style 2-door, 2-seat Mid-Engined Coupe
Length 4,635 mm (182.5 in)
Width 2,000 mm (78.7 in)
Height 1,100 mm (43.3 in)
Wheelbase Unknown
Weight 1,100 kg (2,425 lb)
Transmission 6-speed automatic or 6-speed manual
Engine 3.5L V6 or 2.8L Turbocharged V6
Power 420 horsepower and 443 lb-ft of torque.
Similar Marussia B2
Designer Designer (lead designer if it was a team effort)

Marussia Motors was founded in 2007 with its first car, the Marussia B1. The mid-engined, rear-wheel drive, 2 seater had various engine options ranging from a 3.5 liter naturally aspirated V6 to a 2.8 liter V6 twin-turbo which outputs 420 horsepower and 443 lb-ft of torque. The powerplant is bolted on to an aluminum frame with carbon fiber body panels, allowing the B1 to come in a little over 2,400 pounds. That amounts to a supercar spec 5.8 pounds per horsepower, making Marussia Motors Russia’s first ever sportscar company. The main requirement for the production is the use of the high-tech materials and components. Ideologists of the project Nikolay Fomenko and Yefim Ostrovsky believe that innovations and reliability are the key factors of the production under MARUSSIA trademark. Among the main car characteristics one can see a unique design of the vehicle exterior, which can be chosen in person; high operating performance; comfortable city driving.

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After 2014, Many Unfinished Marussia B1s Were Found In A Facility Rotting And Slowly Becoming One With Nature.

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Engine power is 360 or 420 hp (268 or 313 kW), top speed is 305 km/h (190 mph) and it accelerates from 0–100 km/h (0-62 mph) in 3.2 seconds And All That Power Boogies Through A 6 Speed Manual Or Automatic.


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The energy-absorbing cockpit is a three part space frame of steel tubes of different sections. The front and rear subframes are attached to a central cell. In an impact, the subframes are designed to absorb energy by deforming. The B1 and В2 vehicles have passed Russian safety tests and obtained their certification from Russian crash testers


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Marussia designed the B1 around an aluminum shell and covered it in more carbon fiber than most supercars from that era. The carmaker followed Collin Chapman's idea to make a car light instead of powerful. But it didn't leave aside the aerodynamic. Since it was a mid-engined vehicle, it sported a slim front area with triangular headlights and a raked and curved windshield. Two front air intakes cooled the brakes and helped to increase the downforce. A pair of vents behind the front wheels released the air trapped in the wheel well. Behind the scissor-type doors, the carmaker made the air-intakes for cooling the twin-turbocharged engine.


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Inside, the carmaker installed a leather-clad interior with hand-stitching. There was not a single analog dial in the cockpit. Marussia opted for a digital instrument panel and two additional touch screens: one on the center stack and the other on the passenger side. A pair of slim, high-bolstered bucket seats provided the side support needed during high-speed cornering.

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The Marussia B1 Was Never Sold And All Unfinished Models Are Currently Abandoned.

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