Before World War II, the American and European automobile market was shining like a bright star. However, a couple of decades down the line, the world saw an emerging auto industry making its name in the global market - the Japanese auto industry. Come 80s and 90s and the Japanese auto manufacturers set the world stage on fire with their exceptional sales volumes. The same scenario still continues with the manifold growth of Japan's automakers. So let us have a look at some of the best cars that have been offered to the world, bringing a revolutionary wind in the industry.
Nissan GT-R: Nissan introduced GT-R in the year 2007 with specific specifications in their minds. Only four master artisans known as ‘Takumi’ in Japan assembles the engine of this larger-than-life all-wheel-drive coupe. Each of the 2+2 seater GT-R engines is assembled by only one artisan thus yielding a different character to every motor. The supercar can perform equally well in a rough rally as it can be vroomed on tracks and at the same time, behave like a caring family car. Though some said that the GTR could not be fitted with adaptive headlights, owing to its fast speed, the company did give the vehicle Adaptive Front Lighting System in its 2014 model.