All the best hi-res pics from this week
16 October 2009

Welcome to Autocar's week in pictures, where we look back at some of the best moments on autocar.co.uk this week.

This week's most popular story has been our Porsche Panamera triple test special, where it went up against the Maserati Quattroporte GTS and BMW 760Li. The BMW 5-series GT road trip special also proved popular.

See Autocar’s week in pictures in our hi-res gallery

It was also a week for looking back at the history of some iconic brands and cars. The Nissan Z car is celebrating its 40th anniversary, while Citroen has also been celebrating 90 years in business and we commemorated these events with picture specials.

There were some big first drives and road tests this week; the Porsche 911 Turbo, Noble M600 and Skoda Superb estate all received massive coverage on our sight, despite their vast differences in price and function.

Next week's biggest story is likely to be our coverage of the Tokyo motor show, and we've been looking forward to Japan's biggest motor show.

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