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£82,870 when new
Is this a new Nissan GT-R? Correct. It’s the 2017 model year Nissan GT-R, which has just arrived in the UK in right-hand-drive guise. It’s had a power upgrade, so the twin turbo 3.8-litre V6 now has 562bhp (a 20bhp rise) and 469lb ft (a mighty 3lb ft climb). The performance figures haven’t changed – 0-62mph takes a claimed 2.8secs, and its top speed is 196mph – but that wasn’t the priority here. What was, then?