Few cars have ever upset the performance car establishment like the Nissan GT-R - taking scalps from both Porsche and Ferrari - and the 2011 car looks likely to continue in the same vein.
On first glance, the GT-R doesn't look a whole lot different but don't be fooled into thinking Nissan have just made a few tweaks inside and out - there's a hefty power hike of nearly 50bhp to 530bhp with 475lb ft of torque.
Like the horse power the price has moved skywards by £10,000 as well, so is it still the performance car bargain it seems? We spoke to a Nissan spokesman to find out. Click on the video to see the car and the interview.