The Nissan GT-R is a legend in the world of performance cars and is popularly known as the “Supercar Killer” or even “Godzilla”. The GT-R brands spans over half a century and the words 'GT-R' first appeared on the Nissan Skyline in 1969. The car is a symbol of Nissan’s engineering prowess and its engine is built by hand, exclusively in the Japanese automaker’s plant located in Yokohama, Japan. In fact, only five engineers in the world called 'Takumi' are allowed to assemble the motor. Here’s a quick look at the highlights of this iconic machine.