Lotus Cars is a British manufacturer of sports and racing cars based at Hethel, Norfolk, England. The company designs and builds race and production automobiles of light weight and high handling characteristics. The logo of Lotus Cars features the abstracted shape of a lotus on the oval light yellow plane, with the word “LOTUS” and four overlapped English letters “A.C.B.C”, which stands for the name of its founder A.C.B.CHAPMAN.
Renault S.A. is a French automaker producing cars, vans, buses, tractors, and trucks. Due to its alliance with Nissan, it is currently the world's 4th largest automaker. 1923 - In 1923, the company replaced its tank logo with the Grille-Shaped logo and introduced the name of the car "Renault" in its logo for the first time. 1925 - In 1925, the diamond replaces the circle and Renault becomes the "diamond brand" and is called the same today. 1972 - In 1972, Renault modernized its logo. The designer, Victor Vaserely redesigned the diamond in the shape of a dynamic 3-D diamond. 1992 - In 1992, the logo is enlarged and produced in relief, as part of Renault’s drive for progress, quality and innovation. 2004 - In 2004, Renault presents a new interpretation of its logo, placed on a warm yellow background. 2007 - In 2007, Renault begins a wave of 26 vehicle launches. The logo is surrounded by a Yellow square - a symbol of quality.
Buick is a marque of automobile sold in the United States, Canada, China, Taiwan, Qatar, Kuwait, and Israel by General Motors Company. It is GM's North America-based entry-level luxury brand. Buick's emblem consists of three shields, each bisected diagonally to the right by a straight line, the shields arranged touching each other in a left-diagonal pattern, inside a circle. If represented in color, the leftmost shield is red, the middle white, and the rightmost blue, although white is sometimes represented by light gray. This design, known as the Trishield, was adopted in 1959 for the 1960 models and represents the three models that comprised the lineup that year—LeSabre, Invicta, and Electra. The shields are adopted from the shield of the Buick family crest, which in modified form had been used on Buicks since the 1930s. A version of the traditional crest appeared on Electras through the 1980s.
Porsche SE or Porsche is a German automotive manufacturer of luxury high performance automobiles, which is majority-owned by the Piëch and Porsche families. The company is headquartered in Zuffenhausen, a city district of Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg. Porsche’s company logo was based on the coat of arms of Free People's State of Württemberg of former Weimar Germany, which had Stuttgart as its capital and became part of Baden-Württemberg after the political consolidation of West Germany in 1949.
Adam Opel GmbH, commonly known as Opel, is a German automaker. The company was founded on 21 January 1863, began making automobiles in 1899, and was acquired by General Motors Corporation in 1929. As part of GM Europe, Opel is GM's largest European brand and, along with Vauxhall Motors in the UK, it forms GM's core European business. The lightning bolt on the Opel badging is a reference to the famous Opel Blitz truck (the German word 'Blitz' means lightning or flash). The logo was originally a Zeppelin, which became more stylized, and as the Zeppelin became less popular as a form of transport, the logo was changed. There is also a noticeable similarity between the winged Zeppelin and the lightning logo. Starting with the Opel Insignia, the Blitz logo will be updated. The border that is circling the lightning bolt will be wider to incorporate the Opel name, and the surfaces will be more spherical to give the logo a three-dimensional look.
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