Autobytel’s own Aaron Gold brings you the best cars from the 2016 Detroit Auto Show. Starting with the all-new Buick Avista Concept, who ever though we’d be saying sexy and Buick in the same sentence. Chrysler came out with the all-new Pacifica, this time reimagined as a T&C minivan replacement. The BMW M2 takes everything we’ve been asking for since the M235i came out, this time with a bit less options and a whole lot more muscle. Porsche has tweaked the output in the ne Turbo and Turbo S models. Volvo’s signature sedan, the S90 will certainly cause a few heads to turn and take notice over in Bavaria. Infiniti’s all-new Q60 sport coupe continues the legacy left behind by the much-loved G37. The Smart ForTwo Cabrio is finally a place you’d like to spend some time soaking up the sun. The Mercedes-Benz S65 AMG Cabriolet is the epitome of opulence. The SLC replaces the SLK convertible. The all-new E Class boasts an assortment of fuel-efficient four cylinder engines as well as S Class levels of luxury inside. The all-new Ford Fusion Sport trim comes with a twin turbo V6 and all-wheel-drive, while not quite an ST it leaves little to be desired. Honda is taking a gamble with a front-wheel-drive full-size pick-up. Lexus LC500 brings the concept car to life without losing any of the detail. Genesis G90 is the new Hyundai Equus, and the start of a whole lot more to come from the Korean car builder.