Marussia could potentially take Europe's finest by storm. And while they're currently hoping for success in the world of F1, their potential for street legal supercar stardom is huge. The two main supercars (an SUV is in development) are called the B1 and B2. Both use the same chassis that includes a separate front and rear sub frame. Each of the cars are equipped with a 3.5-liter V6 supplied from Nissan
Not impressed? A second V6 engine is scheduled to offered that's sourced from Cosworth and will produce 420 hp. This mid-engine setup, which is also accompanied by front and rear-engined versions of the chassis, comes with a six-speed manual gearbox. A CVT is set to arrive shortly. The overall difference between the two cars are their body shells. The B2 is still a concept that'll be finalized shortly, but the company indicates the Ferrari
Enzo-styling will remain in place for the production version.
While the interior design is minimalistic, there are a few novelties such as a navigation system with three video screens, that can show everything from TV, to the internet, to even Playstation games. Production of the B1 is already underway in Belgium with a price of about 100,000 Euros.