$25,300 if you suck at shifting.
We at 0-60
will finally get our first look at the production version of the Scion FR-S at the New York Auto Show two weeks from now, but until then, we can start balancing our checkbooks and rearranging our finances to make room for a monthly payment now that we know how much it costs.
You'll make that back fivefold if you race for pinks, though.
If you insist on having the latest and greatest in Nissan GT-R technology, it's going to cost you: Nissan USA has bumped the price of the latest edition of the R35 GT-R up $6,870 over the 2012 model. On the bright side, though, that extra cost includes a standard rear view camera.