The Marussia B2 is a sports car made by Marussia.
The Marussia B2 is a mid-engined sports coupe manufactured by Marussia Motors and is a cosmetic-only alternate variant of the B1. It was first unveiled at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show.
The B1 and B2 are the first Russian-built sports cars ever made and are fitted with Cosworth engines. Both cars were planned to be produced in a limited quantity. 2,999 unit production run was planned for the B1 and the B2's production was set to have 500 units. The B1 and the B2 both use Cosworth engines in real life.
The B2 was planned to enter production in early 2013 under cooperation with Valmet Automotive in Finland, but the plan did not materialise and Marussia Motors ceased to exist in April 2014.
The Marussia B2 is a Tier 5 car, and can only be unlocked through its own Special Event.
The Marussia B2 appears as the fourth of the original ten class A cars.
The Marussia B2 has very strong handling but has a low nitro efficiency of 8/13/18, albeit not as low as some other low-end Class A cars. Its speed is not outstanding, being slightly better than cars below it and slightly worse than cars ahead of it, due to having only an average Tuning Kit boost and an average starting rank to MAX + PRO rank gap. The Marussia B2's acceleration is medium-poor, like most early Class A cars until the Pagani Zonda R, and its drifting is average.
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Its Mastery gives a free Class A upgrade at challenge 10.
The Marussia B2 was also given out as a prize for banking in 10,000 Enduro points during the Icona Vulcano V12 Hybrid's Enduro Double Down event. As of the Motorcycles Update, it requires 10 of its Common-rarity Blueprints to be assembled. Assembling the B2 takes 2 hours but can be skipped for 195.