This is artist Alexander Mijares drawing things onto a Lamborghini Gallardo for Miami based sculpture and painting show, Art Basel.
Detroit's show this year was more global than ever. It was also pretty relevant. The new production metal was mostly the sort you could relate to without too much explanation, and the concepts were attractive but not too fanciful.
Bugatti will build neither a ‘SuperVeyron' to top the 1183bhp SuperSport, nor a production version of the 2009 Galibier concept, company boss Dr Wolfgang Schreiber has exclusively revealed to Top Gear.
This is the all-new 2015 Subaru WRX STI - a four-wheel drive, four-door-only widebody, with 305 horsepower and 290lb ft, revealed at this year's Detroit motor show.
Mercedes has long been privy to the fact that more is really quite a lot nicer than less, and has applied this long-held TG maxim to the brand new S600. It's bigger, more powerful and features more tech than ever. Tick.
Volkswagen has revealed this Beetle Dune concept at the Detroit Motor Show with a rather explicit announcement: that should its reception be positive, it'll go into production.
Chevrolet has announced that the brand-new Corvette Z06 will deliver "at least" 625bhp, which is an unsubtle but effective way of saying the brand-new Corvette Z06 is "really bloody powerful".
After the slow drip of pictures comes the real thing. Welcome to the Kia GT4 Stinger concept - a rear-drive, 311bhp, pared down sportster concept revealed at this year's Detroit motor show. Yes: a 300+bhp, rear-wheel drive Kia.