Meet Godzilla: the name bestowed upon the 1989 Skyline GT-R. This was the car that showed that Nissan was ready to take on the world’s greatest sports cars. It boasted a number of advancements, such as all-wheel drive, improved four-wheel steering and a 2.6-liter twin-turbocharged inline-six producing 280 horsepower. At least, that was the stated horsepower; the reality is that it likely made more than that, considering that its 0-60 time was less than 5 seconds. The car dominated the Japanese Group A racing class, literally winning all of the 29 races during the season, and ultimately killing the series.