We can’t help but be impressed by the off-the-shelf cars we’ve seen at this year’s Tokyo Motor Show.
From a futuristic hatchback to a mid-size sports coupe, it’s a pretty exciting bunch.
So, why not take a look at the cars that have been built specifically for off-off-roading.
The following list looks at some of the best, and the cheapest off- the-shelers.
The best off the road car The Ford GT4 (pictured) is a compact, off-track car that you won’t be able to buy on the market, but is nonetheless quite capable.
Aero is excellent, the car looks good, and it offers some seriously impressive performance.
It’s also available in a limited edition version that’s available only in Japan.
There’s no doubting that this is a capable off- road car, and one of the few to offer truly affordable options.
The GT4 has the luxury of a high-performance engine that can go from 0 to 100km/h in just 3.6 seconds, making it a capable, reliable and reliable off-tour car.
The off-trail car can also be powered by either a Ford Focus or the Toyota RAV4.
The Nissan Versa, meanwhile, offers a range of high-end options for off the-roaders looking for a more practical option.
The Versa is the only off-bike-ready Nissan in the world, with a price tag of about $200,000 (€185,500) and a range that’s a lot bigger than most other off-bikes.
If you’re looking for something that can take you all over the world on the back of a Honda NSX, the Honda CBR600RR is the answer.
The motorcycle-style bike is a top-of-the line bike, boasting a 1,800cc (3.0-litre) motor, and comes with a host of options, from the popular Shimano XTR to a full-fledged mechanical gearbox and disc brakes.
The ride is solid and smooth, and its price tag is affordable enough that it can be found in a range worth its weight in gold.
Off-roader options are plentiful, with most of the latest off-world vehicles available for off road use.
These range from the Kawasaki Ninja 250 to the Honda S1000R, and they’re all capable off road, too.
If you’re not quite sure what you want to buy, there’s plenty of choice for you at the Nissan Versys off-shoot, where a range is worth its price, with options ranging from the Nissan Frontier 500 to the Nissan GTR.
Nissan Versys has also launched the Nissan GT350R off-leash, which is capable of a top speed of 130km/hr (74mph), as well as a top gear range of 7500rpm and an engine output of 8800rpm.
A top-end engine for the price, the GT350Rs are a bit pricey, but the range is enough for a range pack worth at least £80,000.
A super-sporty off-highway car The Yamaha FZ-09 is an off-board sports car that looks like a super-car from a very distant future.
It comes equipped with a 2.0L turbocharged engine that delivers an impressive 1,600hp and 7,000lb-ft of torque, as well the all-new Yamaha R6-T exhaust system.
With a 0-100km/hp (0-62mph) time of just 2.6sec, it will be difficult for most off-roads enthusiasts to beat.
The R6 exhaust system is one of its coolest features, with the sound of the engine echoing off the front of the car.
Yamaha has also introduced a range to help the R6 get more than just the most bang for its buck.
The FZ09 has a range from £70,000, and there are plenty of other options to choose from.
With a price of just £35,000 for the base model, the Suzuki GT-R has a fairly similar engine as the FZ, but with a far more powerful 1.6L turbocharger and a new, more advanced exhaust system that delivers more than a 500hp and 600lb-foot of torque.
For the less experienced off-lander, the Nissan Titan is the next big thing in off-camber off-pavement vehicles.
Its high-powered 2.2L turbo engine is designed to provide maximum power for offroad purposes, and with its 1,700hp and 9,000 lb-ft (depending on your drivetrain) it can hit the highway in under two