When the Nissan GT-R Nismo debuted, Nissan said that the car would cost less than $200,000. That seemed like a lofty goal for a GT-R that had been totally redone with a new aero package, lighter weight, unreal acceleration, and 595 horsepower under the hood. Oh, and a Nurburgring laptime just 11 seconds slower than the $900,000 Porsche 918 Spyder.
But, like the first GT-R was a supercar bargain, it seems that the GT-R Nismo is picking up where that left off. Hopefully this isn't another case where the first year of production is priced rather affordably and then the tag climbs every year after.