The LA motor show has thrown up some interesting fodder for this week's best and worst, although naturally there's plenty of non-show metal to keep things lively. 

Here are the five best and one worst things that I've seen this week. 

The best things I've seen all week

Hyundai Kona on the road

I didn’t really like the Kona very much when I first saw it, but it’s grown on me tremendously, especially upon seeing one on the road for the first time this week. It’s a little busy to look at in places, but overall it looks modern, tough and, from some angles, sleek and perhaps even pretty. More like this and Hyundai could become a real problem for the big European mass-market brands.

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Bentley Continental GT interior

I know it’s the point of the Bentley Continental GT to be as good as they come interior-wise, but in the specification we tested this week, it really is something else. The natural wood, the polished-to-perfection piano black, the jewel-like switchgear - before, I hadn’t considered Bentley anything but boringly unattainable luxury, but upon seeing this, a flickering desire was lit.

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