When FIA regulations rendered prototypes unraceable, Nissan began developing a new race car based on their Skyline GT-R. The race car had an inline six producing around 400hp. However, in order to homologate their racer for Group N, one road car had to be built. This was the one-off Nissan Skyline GT-R LM shown here. The LM road car became RWD, and benefited from a more aggressive body kit. In the road car, the engine was returned to 300hp. The car is usually kept in Nissan's Zama DNA Garage, but it was brought out for the 50th anniversary of the GT-R.