The GT-R has been with us for over a decade, but to say the car has aged well is an understatement — it's still a top performer and continues to receive updates this long into its lifecycle. Showing just how good the platform is, Italdesign partnered with Nissan for a very limited run of GT-Rs. First shown as a concept a year ago, the production version is nearly identical, with the only major difference being standard review mirrors in place of the concept's camera system. Italdesign's stunning bodywork remains virtually unchanged and especially welcome is what's under the hood — a hand-built, twin-turbo V6 making 710 horsepower and 575 ft-lb of torque. The first customer model will be on display at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2020, and few of the 50 build slots are still available — but don't expect them to last long.