Vauxhall cars get new logoSeptember 24, 2020
Vauxhall joins a fast growing list of car manufacturers to unveil a new logo. Like many others, the British preferred 2D to 3D.
Many car manufacturers are rapidly adopting the “new brand identity” philosophy. This is usually done due to the “greater attention to the digital world” during the “transition phase of the automotive industry.” Vauxhall is the next brand to change their logo for similar reasons. To be honest, this is a very subtle change.
The current logo gets a 2D version in which the silver Vauxhall is completely replaced with red, a color that was previously only present in the background. On vehicles from the Opel subsidiary, the logo will continue to appear in silver against a black background. However, the 3D effect on and around the Griffin has practically disappeared. Vauxhall will debut a redesigned logo on the new Mokka for the first time.
Previously Volkswagen, Nissan, Opel and Kia have introduced similar logos. Peugeot made a small exception: with its new logo, it goes back in time, although a 2D version of the badge was also introduced.
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