The North American International Auto Show is back in Detroit with new updates of some of the top-selling vehicles and the introduction of some stunning new cars, SUVs and trucks.

Take a look at what we’ve seen so far during the biggest automotive event of the year.

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Volvo shouts ‘Wagon’s ho!’

In a world dominated by SUVs, Volvo isn’t leaving the humble station wagon behind. Volvo is featuring its elegant V90 station wagon at the North American International Auto Show here, completing a trio of large vehicles began with the acclaimed XC90 SUV and S90 sedan.

Infiniti QX50 concept shows off early self-driving tech

Infiniti’s Pro Pilot is said to “delegate” the boring parts of driving — stop and go traffic, for instance — to the driver-assist computer. “We don’t take the driver out of the equation,” Infiniti President Roland Krueger told reporters. “We really want to make sure that driving is still fun, and you have a choice to engage or disengage as you like.”

Nissan doubles down on SUVs with Rogue Sport

Nissan broadens its already expansive SUV lineup with the reveal of the 2017 Rogue Sport, a five-seater that slots in between the funky little Juke and more mainstream Rogue. The Sport is about a foot shorter than the Rogue. It has conventional SUV looks with flared fenders and a slimmer grille and headlights than the more family-oriented Rogue.

Toyota Camry: ‘If you think I’m sexy’ 

One of the most important presentations in terms of sales at the Detroit auto show was the redesign of the top-selling car in the U.S: the Toyota Camry.

Toyota is attempting to inject fresh energy into the dependable sedan and joked that customers will get a choice between “sexy and really sexy.”  The 2018 model is available with three powertrain options and will be a little longer and a little lower.

Top-seller gets an update: 2018 Ford F-150

Ford’s F-150 pickup truck gets a mid-cycle refresh and the update includes a redesigned front-end grille and wheel options; bolder seat colors; first-in-class technological offerings; and a new diesel engine among other enhanced features.

The company touts the new F-150 as being capable of its best towing ever and is equipping it with radar and cameras to slow or stop a vehicle before it has a chance to collide with a pedestrian or another vehicle.

VW reboots the microbus and goes electric 

Remember the old VW microbus from its 1960s hippy heyday? Well it’s back and this time is being done as an electric vehicle concept car.

The Volkswagen I.D. Buzz concept has a range up to 270 miles per charge, which would put in it the heart of Tesla capability and about 30 miles better than General Motor’s new Chevrolet Bolt.

Lexus LS 500 gets a ‘coupe-like silhouette’

Toyota’s redesign of the flagship Lexus luxury sedan will include such creature comforts as an optional seating package with 28-way power front seats and massage capability and an infotainment system with a 12.3-inch screen.

The updated LS delivers 415 horsepower and 0-to-60 acceleration in 4.5 seconds.

A makeover for the Mercedes-Benz GLA 

The updated version of the compact GLA-Class crossover gives it a more aggressive and SUV-like look.

The 2018 model gets modified bumpers, new wheel designs and adds the color “Canyon Beige.” It also features optional hands-free access that allows the owner to open and close the trunk with a foot movement.

2018 GMC Terrain SUV gets a bolder nose

General Motors showed off its redesigned 2018 Terrain SUV at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Detroit ahead of the opening of the auto show.

The revamp gives the SUV sharper and more sculpted elements such as the grille and lighting features. Its shape is more aerodynamic than the current model.

Video from the Detroit auto show: 

  • Volvo unveils 2018 XC90 Drive Me, self-driving car program
  • Life-size Lightning McQueen of 'Cars 3' makes debut
  • Volkswagen reveals I.D. Buzz concept microbus
  • Toyota unveils 2017 Camry XSE
  • GM's Chevrolet Bolt named North American Car of the Year
  • Interesting new cars at the 2017 Detroit auto show
  • Audi unveils latest Q8 luxury concept SUV
  • Nissan introduces 2017 Rogue Sport
  • 2018 Honda Odyssey is unveiled
  • GMC unveils 2018 Terrain SUV
  • Volkswagen unveils 2017 Tiguan
  • Waymo Self-Driving Minivan Starting Test Drives
  • Bentley reveals its 209-mph, 'most powerful' car ever
  • Ultra-luxury cars on display at Detroit soiree
  • Feelings toward Trump mixed at Detroit Auto Show