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Types of Cars Logos

Alfa Romeo​
Alfa Romeo​

Alfa Romeo's full return to the U.S. has auto enthusiasts in a tizzy, and with good reason. For the last 105 years, Alfa's been responsible for some of the most drool-worthy sports and race cars of all time, and there's plenty of reason to love them.

Audi​
Audi​

Audi Logo Meaning and History The Audi symbol is four ceiling rings that reflect the four manufacturers of Auto Union. This Audi emblem signs the association of the brand Audi with others: Horch, DKW, Wanderer: the initial ring from at the left side represents Audi, the next represents DKW, the third is Horch, then the fourth ring is Wanderer.

BMW​
BMW​

BMW Logo Meaning and History. One can hardly neglect the fact that BMW badge has become one of the most recognizable logos in the world. However by 1917 when Bayerische Motoren Werke was officially licensed by Franz Josef Popp, the company was a part of Rapp Motoren Werke. However Popp decided to make a move and BMW became an independent enterprise.

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Chevrolet​
Chevrolet​

Chevrolet has one of the most recognizable logos in the world and it has changed little through the history. It is often described as a cross and is known in Chevrolet has one of the most recognizable logos in the world and it has changed little through the history.

Infiniti​
Infiniti​

Infiniti Logo Meaning and History The story of Infiniti brand started in November 1985. It all began with a top-secret task for Nissan (japanese car manufacturer) managers.

Lamborghini​
Lamborghini​

The Lamborghini logo is widely regarded as one of the most iconic and instantly recognizable car logos in history. While the gold color in the Lamborghini logo depicts excellence and rich tradition of the automaker, the black color depicts its power, prestige, integrity and elegance.

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Maserati​
Maserati​

Maserati Logo Meaning and History. Though Maserati brand history started long before the foundation of the company, it was officially licensed and registered in 1914 in Bologna by Alfieri Maserati. He was born in Italy and had 6 brothers who were also skillful engineers and designers of that time. Five of the Maserati brothers dealt with auto production and development. The sixth brother who was a talented artist is believed to have designed the emblem of the famous luxury car producer.

Mercedes-​Benz​
Mercedes-​Benz​

The first edition of the logo, the word “Mercedes” surrounded by an ellipse, appeared on cars manufactured by Daimler, its predecessor, in 1902. After a while, the company introduced a new brand logo in 1909 — the glorious star of three points.

Porsche​
Porsche​

The logo was adopted in 1952, when the brand came to the US market, for better recognition. Previously just the inscription «Porsche» was on the hoods of the cars. Shape of the Porsche Symbol. Manufacturer’s logo symbolizes a crest of Stuttgart, a town located in south Germany which was founded on a stud ranch.

Saab ​Automobile​
Saab ​Automobile​

In 1989, the Saab car division of Saab-Scania was restructured into an independent company, Saab Automobile AB, headquartered in Sweden; General Motors and Investor AB controlled 50% each. GM's investment of US$600 million gave it the option to acquire the remaining shares within a decade.

Subaru ​Corporation​
Subaru ​Corporation​

Subaru (スバル) (/ ˈ s uː b ə r uː / or / s ʊ ˈ b ɑːr uː /; Japanese pronunciation: ) is the automobile manufacturing division of Japanese transportation conglomerate Subaru Corporation (formerly known as Fuji Heavy Industries), the twenty-second largest automaker by production worldwide in 2012.

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