When Nissan launched the GT-R in the UK it was less than £50k, and now it's heading towards the price of a 997 Turbo S
. Ok, so not quite, as the 911 Turbo S costs £129,000. As a track rival, although it's not specifically designed for the circuit it does have paddle-shift gears, 4WD and bucket seats. And being a 911 Turbo S it's got to be a bit useful around a track, given its 3.8-liter twin-turbo flat 6 makes 530hp, 516lb-ft of torque and runs from 0-62mph in 3.3 seconds.