Nissan has confirmed its 2016 GT-R will start at £79,995 OTR.
The new GT-R will be available in three grades – Pure, Recaro and Prestige. The £79,995 gets you entry to the range with the Pure model, while the Recaro model starts at £81,995.
The Prestige model costs either from £82,495 with Black Touring Leather Seats, or £83,495 with Tan, Ivory or Red Touring Leather Seats. A Track Edition engineered by NISMO, starting at £91,995, will also be available.
The ‘significantly updated’ GT-R has been refreshed both inside and out, as well as featuring major driving performance enhancements in key areas, including a revised chassis and more power from its twin-turbocharged 3.8-litre 24-valve V6 engine.
The new GT-R is also described as more comfortable than ever before, with a more ‘sophisticated and premium quality interior’. These revisions were presented for the first time at the New York Auto Show in March this year and represent the most significant changes to the GT-R since it was introduced in 2007.
The refreshed Nissan GT-R is set to go on sale in the Autumn.
See the 2016 GT-R in action here: