The Nissan R32 GT-R gave way to the R33 GT-R in 1995. With slick looks, all-wheel-drive, a 276-horsepower (206-kilowatt) turbocharged 2.6-liter straight-six engine, and a five-speed manual gearbox, the R33 proved the GT-R could continue to evolve with the times. Car and Driver managed to scoot a V-Spec model to 60 miles per hour in 5.3 seconds and past the quarter-mile after 14.0 seconds with a trap-speed of 104 mph. Today, that’s quick. Twenty-five years ago though, those numbers were nothing short of shocking.