There are five versions of the standard 570PS model available, the 'V6 Pure 570' at around £84,000, the 'V6 Recaro 570' at around £87,000, the 'V6 Prestige Black 570' at around £88,000, the 'V6 Prestige Tan/Grey/Red 570' at around £89,000 and the 'V6 Track Edition 570' at around £100,000. Or you could really push the boat out and go for the 600PS 'V6 NISMO 600' - that's if you've got £175,000 to spend.
The costs of the lower-order 570 variants that most potential buyers will want are now hardly insubstantial, but the GT-R still offers pretty good value when you consider that to achieve comparable performance in, say, a Porsche 911 or an Audi R8 would set you back well over six figures. And even then, you wouldn't get this car's sub-3.0s 0-62mph sprint capability. Now, more than ever, this car deserves its 'poor man's Veyron' tag.