10. Nissan GT-R
The 2014 Nissan GT-R is probably the most affordable supercar on the list, if you qualify $105,000 as affordable, but its power and performance certainly earn its place. With a 545 horsepower engine capable of going 0-60 in 2.7 seconds and a fine tuned suspension allowing it to out-handle most anything on the road, the GT-R is one beast of a car. The exterior may look tame compared to many supercars, with small vents and curves along the body, but Nissan built it with a purpose. The vents exhaust air from the wheels to lower brake temps and reduce the build-up of pressure under the car to increase down-force, and the handmade carbon fiber spoiler helps to increase down-force and stiffness at high speeds. It may not look as fancy as its other supercar cousins, but it definitely deserves their respect.