Trump anxieties aside, this year's Detroit Auto Show was an interesting fusion of brawn, style and innovation, but our star of the show actually hails from South Korea. In the brand's boldest move ever, Kia is gunning for the Germans with this striking rear-wheel drive sedan called the Stinger (pictured above), the range-topper powered by a 3.3-litre twin-turbo V6 pushing an estimated 268kW. Read more HERE. Picture: Brendan McDermid / Reuters.

Representing a different kind of green to the original T1 Kombi that it harks back to, Volkswagen's I.D. Buzz Concept is a futuristic, eco-friendly self-driving bus with a homely seating arrangement. Picture: Volkswagen.
The driverless revolution will change car interiors forever. Are you even reading this? Picture: Brendan McDermid / Reuters.

Because 'Murica! North America's best selling vehicle, the Ford F-150, receives a brawny new face for 2017. Picture: Scott Olson / AFP.

It's raining SUVs that think they're coupés: Audi's striking Q8 Concept will spawn a production model to take on the BMW X6. Picture: Scott Olson / AFP.

QX50 Concept points the way to Infiniti's next Audi Q5 fighter. Picture: Mark Blinch / Reuters.

It sure is brave: The Lexus brand's wild and incredibly fussy design language makes it to the limo class with the new LS 500 saloon. Picture: Brendan McDermid / Reuters.

The Nissan Vmotion 2.0 Concept offers a glimpse of Nissan’s future design direction. Picture: Saul Loeb / AFP.

The Chrysler Portal Concept is an electric minivan designed by millennials for millenials. Picture: Jim Watson / AFP.

Sinister: The facelifted Mercedes-AMG GT family now includes a 410kW GT C Coupe. Picture: Mark Blinch / Reuters.