Nissan have not set the price yet but tbh if its any more than around 90k then it takes it away from the ''affordable'' bracket of the type of people that would save to buy this car.
Take the Gtr Nismo edition that's priced around 125k new which then puts it into the supercar bracket which Nissan can not possibly compete with so sales are nowhere near what they expected.
Nissan are Greedy Bastads they had a massive hit when the 35 was launched as it was something ultra special and just about within most peoples affordability range, sales were booming and used prices holding good money too so they then release the Nismo version which is certainly not worth the 125k price tag with the few extras it has over a stock Gtr.
Then they decide to finish the model in 2018 and launch the 36, now they have captured the publics eye with the 35 they think they can get away with charging way over the top prices for it no doubt
Think Nissan need to be ultra careful with their pricing on this car as it could lead to their demise in this supercar killer sector, if they try to step away from the enthusiasts who save like boogery to buy the car of their dreams will be a bad move.
They can never compete with the heritage of the likes of Porsche, Ferrari, Lambroghini, Aston martin and so forth, at the end of the day its a big fat Datsun and they are still using the vr38tt engine and transmission from the 35 but just bolting on electric motors and around 80 ecu's to run everything!
And Yes Pete I would probably break that aswell
Im down workshop at the moment waiting for an ecutek upload so I can try sort out what ive done to my car after my moment of lunacy the other night