We’ve been waiting – and waiting, and waiting, and waiting – for the Nissan GT-R to come to our shores. Why? With a 480-horsepower twin-turbo V-6, full-time all-wheel drive, a dual-clutch paddle-shifting transmission, quarter-mile acceleration times in the 11-second range and a base price of $69,850, what’s not to love? The Nissan GT-R not only shows most of the world’s cars its taillights, it does so at a sticker price that’s astonishingly lower than all of them, and with the real-world usability that only comes from a mass producer like Nissan. Not only is it a game changer, it’s arguably already the champion.