Nissan launched the current GT-R sports car on an unsuspecting world back in 2007, but it took another two years for the fire-breathing, turbocharged all-wheel-drive coupe to make it to Australia.
A decade in the making and a technical tour de force for Nissan, the GT-R carries on a long tradition of Skyline-based muscle cars that can turn your insides out. It's spawned numerous versions in the eight years since its launch, culminating in the $300,000 GT-R Nismo special edition that was released in February 2017. It's not especially comfortable, nor is it particularly quiet, but by God, it's bloody fast.
It is the successor to the Nissan Skyline GT-R although no longer part of the Skyline range itself.