Auto Bild Drives a Marussia B2 Prototype

Supercar

A German publication is given the chance to get behind the wheel of a prototype Marussia B2 supercar.

Ok, we know this video is in German. Don't be afraid. Chances are many of our readers don't understand the language but that's OK because the focus here isn't about one's linguistic abilities (or lack thereof). German publication Auto Bild was recently given the chance to get behind the wheel of a prototype Marussia B2 supercar, the successor to the outrageously styled B1. Built by Marussia Motors, which of course is Russian, the B2 features even more aggressive styling than its predecessor.

It still retains the B1's mid-engine, rear-wheel-drive layout along with a choice of either a 3.5-liter V6 or a 2.8-liter turbocharged V6. And there's little out there at the moment that can match the B2's wedge styling. Just look at all of those Germans taking pictures of it. Ist wunderbar.

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