The 2016 Nissan GT-R is now on sale in the UK priced from £79,995, representing an increase of £1,965 on the outgoing model.
The facelifted car has new styling, an upgraded cabin and an even more powerful V6 engine. It was first shown at the New York motor show and is now available to order in three trim levels: Pure, Recaro and Prestige; there’s also a Nismo-engineered Track Edition.
The Pure is the £79,995 entry-level model, while the higher-specced Recaro starts at a slightly higher £81,995 and top-spec Prestige GT-Rs start at £82,495. Nissan has also confirmed that the Track Edition will be offered from £91,995, but is yet to reveal exactly what upgrades this more hardcore model will get.
Nevertheless, we expect it to get a similar raft of Nismo parts to the outgoing model, including lighter wheels, chassis-stiffening body bonding technology and uprated dampers, making it a halfway house between the regular car and a full-blown Nismo model.