There's no place like Tokyo for checking out some of the world's coolest-looking road machines. Chances are that if you've recently come across a stop-in-your-tracks stunner in your city, you were looking at the Fairlady Z or the Skyline Coupe -- better known in the U.S. as the 350Z and the G35 Coupe. These and other models -- like the sleek luxury Cima sedan, or the Infiniti Q45 in the U.S., and the Murano SUV -- are made by Nissan (NSANY). The Japanese carmaker has come roaring back from a near-death experience in the late 1990s, and analysts say the stock may still have room to run.
Most of the credit for the revival goes to the renowned Carlos Ghosn, Nissan's president and CEO, who has aggressively revamped the entire company since arriving from Renault four years ago. The result, as boasted Ghosn at a recent presentation, is that Nissan is "not onl