Originally Posted by nullrouted
Sure, but I'm saying they become more viable as options if the M4 does turn out to be $85k. I can't speak for others, but for me, I'd be willing to pay another $15-20k to have a ~2.5 second 0-60 GT-R over a ~4.5 second M4. The Jaguar is another even cheaper option because it is more like $95k in its highest trim level of 495hp, granted its 0-60 isn't quite as stellar as the GT-R but it's one of the most beautiful new cars on the market, hands down.
I agree. But I wouldn't get a GTR.