Nissan U.K. has announced the facelifted 2017 GT-R supercar is now available on order from £79,995.

Despite being almost a decade old, the GT-R (R35) is still going strong thanks to the new model year which brings the most significant changes since the model’s debut in 2007. The 2017MY can now be ordered in U.K in three different trims, with prices kicking off at £79,995 for the entry-level Pure version.

Up next is the Recaro trim for which Nissan is asking £81,995, while the Prestige model can be had with black leather-wrapped seats from £82,495 or with tan/ivory/red leather seats from £83,495.

There’s also a NISMO-engineered Track Edition that carries a starting price of £91,995, but Nissan isn’t providing details about what upgrades it has to justify the premium. That being said, it likely has lighter wheels, sportier suspension beefier dampers, more carbon bits, and a stiffer chassis as it was the case with its predecessor. The Track Edition can be best described as the halfway between the regular GT-R and the flagship NISMO version.

As we detailed in our in-depth article yesterday, the 2017 Nissan GT-R facelift has been thoroughly updated inside and out. It has more power than before, faster gearbox, aerodynamic tweaks, lighter wheels, and a revised interior cabin with an upgraded infotainment system and fewer switches.

It’s probably the last update for the R35 which will be replaced by an all-new model around 2018 or so. Details about the R36 are scarce at the moment, but Nissan’s chief creative officer Shiro Nakamura revealed recently the supercar could get a hybrid powertrain.

Check out the attached press release for full technical specifications.

 Source: Nissan

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