The new Nissan R35 GT-R will set you back £79,995. A fiver under eighty grand looks like a mighty climb from the R35’s early days as a sub-£60k BMW M3-rival, but Nissan’s adamant that a decade’s worth of power upgrades and chassis development – not to mention that smart new cabin – is worth the money. You’ll pay £79,9995 for the regular ‘Pure’ model, or for a ‘Prestige’ version with smarter Recaro leather and other trinkets, up to £83,495. An even racier Track Edition with Nismo bits on board is £91,995.
Which rather begs the question: what, for between, say, seventy and a hundred grand or so, would be your everyday super coupe of choice? Here’s TG’s quick run-down of – on price alone – the new 562bhp GT-R’s closest rivals.