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

Welcome to Autocar's week in pictures.

This week's biggest story was the revealing of the new Toyota FT86 concept, the firm's new RWD it has co-developed with Subaru. We also brought you sketches of Subaru's version of the new coupe.

See the hi-res Autocar week in pictures collection

Our road test this week was the Skoda Yeti, while first drives of the new Peugeot 5008 and Nismo 370Z also proved popular.

This week was also one of reflection as we looked back at Vauxhall's time in the BTCC, the history of the Nissan GT-R and some of our favourite Citroens in the firm's 90th year.

Links to the featured stories:

90 years of Citroen in pics

Nissan 370Z Nismo first drive

Aston Martin rapide on video

History of the Nissan GT-R in pics

Toyota’s RWD coupe: full story

Subaru’s new coupe plans

Vauxhall BTCC in pictures

More pics: McLaren MP4-12C

Daihatsu’s show cars revealed

Skoda Yeti road test

Peugeot 5008 first drive

Flying SLS in pics

See what’s being scrapped

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