A Visual History of Car Logos

The literary classic Romeo and Juliet proposes the idea of “what’s in a name?”

A rose by any other name . . .

Perhaps the same could be said for car logos? Granted, our performance cars are probably going to handle just as well; our trucks will haul just as much, and our SUVs are going to seat just as many, regardless of what the logo looks like.

Yet, like names often do, car logos have an individual story.

This fascinating graphic from our friends at Car Dealer Reviews shows the origins of certain car logos. The four rings of Audi, for example, actually represent the merger of four companies. And the Hyundai logo is more than just a letter inside an oval.

Do you drive a particular car based on a logo? Do you get a certain sense or feeling when you are driving a vehicle with a specific logo?

*Carl Anthony is Managing Editor of Automoblog and resides in Detroit, Michigan

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About The Author

Carl represents automakers in their marketing and product development arms as a Vehicle Coach, Product Specialist, and Facilitator. He has worked with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, Ford Motor Company, General Motors, Mercedes-Benz, Honda, Volvo, and Local Motors. Carl is the Immediate Past President of Detroit Working Writers and on the Board of Directors for the Ally Jolie Baldwin Foundation. He enjoys a multitude of health and fitness activities and is a loyal Detroit Lions fan.

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