The Nissan GT-R may be old, but it still has a few tricks left up its sleeve. When Nissan and Italdesign unveiled their one-off GT-R50, fans were clamoring for one they could take home — and Nissan answered. 50 examples of the GT-R50 will be produced for sale, with the production version nearly unchanged from the eye-catching concept. Based on the GT-R NISMO, the GT-R50 will have similar specs, with the exception of raiding Nissan's GT3 racing program's parts bin to bring the twin-turbo V6's power up to 710 horsepower and 575 lb-ft of torque. This is an increase of 145 horsepower and 108 lb-ft of torque over the base model and puts the GT-R well into supercar category. Along with the engine mods, 50 lucky owners will get the gorgeous exterior treatment dreamt up by Italdesign, making this one of the best GT-Rs in the model's 50-year history.