List of Car Brand Logos

02.08.2016
List of Car Brand Logos

Check out the logos and history of various top car brand of Indian market

A Logo is without a doubt, the mouthpiece of a Company. Over the Years, car emblems have come to represent the values, ethos and brand loyalty of companies and have played a pivotal role in their success and failures. The value of logos is the most important in the product that has an attached value perception to it, also known as car emblems have been among the most recognisable logos in the world. These auto logos have stirred the customer sentiments and desires for many years. The sight of the “Double R” of the Rolls Royce or the “Prancing Horse” of the Ferrari has had many grown adults turn squidgy in the knees. Let us enumerate a few of the best known car symbols and names of all times.

The Most Popular Car Brands Logo

The car logos or the car emblems have played a huge role in the popularisation of the Car Brands since ages. The Most Popular Cars of the World have spent quite a lot of time in designing, developing and advertising their Logos. Although it is difficult to mention all the cars companies, here we have listed the most popular car brands logo along with their country of origin. There are many companies that are now engaged in the manufacture and sale of custom car emblems and are doing quite well due the demand of the collectors in the market.

MARUTI SUZUKI

Formerly known as Maruti Udyog Limited, Maruti Suzuki has totally and completely changed the landscape of the passenger vehicle segment in the country. The undisputed market leader for more than 25 years, its logo is quite simple and functional, although it has undergone various changes over the years. The new official logo of the company has the emblems of both Maruti and Suzuki Motors side by side, with the Tagline being “ Way of Life”.

Mahindra and Mahindra

Headqaureterd in  mumbai, the mammoth automobile brand from Mahindra & Mahindra is among the most popular car brands in India and happens to the largest manufacturer of tractors in the world. It is one of the earliest automobile manufacturers in the country that started its operations even before the independence, Mahindra currently rolls out top two SUVs sold in India. The logo of the company has undergone many changes. The latest logo, unveiled after a massive PR and Branding exercise in 2013 is the visualzation of the alphabet “M”, with theree equal divisions that point upwards, with the edgy tagline “ Rise”.

 

TATA  MOTORS

Established in 1945, Tata Motors manufactured its first passenger car in 1954 under collaboration with none other than the mighty Dailmer Benz. Standing today as Indias largest commercial vehicles manufacturer, the Tata Motors understands the taste of consumers and that is the reason why the company updated its logo with time. The present logo of the company was adopted in the year 2000 with a three dimensional alphabet “T” and was designed by the famous Bfitish Design firm, Wolff Olins. The logo symbolizes adaptability, fluidity and a tree of trust.

                                                          

FIAT

One of the most recognisable automobile logos throughout the world, FIAT is the short form for Fabbrica Italiana di Automobili Torino and has been recently redesigned in 2006, although the company started making cars in 1889.Today Fiat India is the ninth largest car manufacturer in India and operates under FCA India Ltd. That was formed in 1997.

 

BMW

One of the most recognisable automobile brands in the world, BMW is the short form for Bayerische Motoren Werke; The BMV Logo consists of 4 blue and white quadrants depicting the colours of the Bavarian Free State.With its own manufacturing facility at Chennai, BMW is among the fastest growing Luxury car brands in India having its headquarters in Gurgaon, Haryana.

                                       

MERCEDES BENZ

Since the year 1902, Mercedes’s three pointed star has become one of the most endearing symbols of German reliability and breakthrough technology. The logo of Mercedes Benz, designed by Gottlieb Daimler indicating the three pointed star meant the complete dominance of the automobile giant in Land, Air and Sea as its vehicles run in all three environments. The Indian Arm of the company Mercedes Benz India pvt. Ltd is based out of Pune, Maharashtra.

                                                        

AUDI

A perfect balance of Sportiness and Comfort, Audi has become a well recognised logo across the world. The Four Ceiling Ring logo of Audi signify the four manufacturers of the Auto Union-Horch, DKW and Wanderer.The recently added tagline “ Vorsprung durch Technik” means “Progress Through Technologies”. Audi India Pvt. Ltd. was founded in 2007 and is based out of Mumbai, Maharashtra.

  

HONDA

The Japanese automaker Honda has been able to become one of the most popular brands as well as the most recognisable symbol in a very short period of time. Started by Soichiro Honda, the brand’s lohio has the Roman Alphabet H in the liver grey metallic tone. Honda Cars India Ltd. started out as a  joint venture between Honda Motor Company of Japan and Usha Sriram Group of India but in 2012, Honda Japan bought the entire stake and became Honda Cars India Ltd. The company headquarter is based out of Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh.

 

TOYOTA

One of the largest Automobile companies in the world, the Toyota logo is universally recognised symbol of Japanese precision, great quality, innovation and value. The present Toyota Logo was launched in 1989 and depicts three two overlapping ovals, signifying the hearts of the customer and the company in unison, which is inside a third oval signifying the world embracing Toyota. Currently the fourth largest car manufacturer in India, Toyota operates in India under the name of Toyota Kirloskar Motor Pvt. Ltd. and is headquartered in Bengaluru, Karnataka.