Chevrolet Reveals Name and Logo of New Vehicle Range

U.S. carmaker Chevrolet has confirmed that its all-new range of medium-sized pick-up trucks launching in late 2018 will be branded “Silverado”. The announcement came during Chevrolet’s Truck Centennial event, which kicked off a 100-day celebration of the first century of Chevrolet pickups. However, the Silverado nameplate is not new; it is already in use after […]
[READ MORE]

Chevrolet Unveils Tribute to Famous Detroit Red Wings Logo

American carmaker Chevrolet has unveiled a special “Winged Wheel” logo sculpture as a tribute to NHL ice hockey team the Detroit Red Wings. Measuring 9 feet long and 5 feet high, the sculpture is an original work by Tomas Vitanovsky, a former professional motorcycle stuntman from the Czech Republic who now pieces together discarded parts […]
[READ MORE]

Opel Reveals Name and Logo of All-New Electric Car

Vauxhall parent group Opel has announced the name and logo of an all-new electric car that will launch next year, as the company pursues the biggest, most far-reaching model offensive in its history with 29 new models between 2016 and 2020. The new five-door, five seat will be called “Ampera-e”. As an “affordably priced” car […]
[READ MORE]

Chevrolet’s Bowtie Logo Celebrates 100th Anniversary

Chevrolet’s ‘bowtie’ logo celebrates its 100th anniversary this year with 25 product launches helping the symbol find new roads around the world despite an origin that is still uncertain. In 1913, Chevrolet co-founder William C. Durant introduced the signature Chevy bowtie on the 1914 Chevrolet H-2 Royal Mail and the H-4 Baby Grand, centred at […]
[READ MORE]

Next Generation Corvette to Wear New Logo

Today, Chevrolet confirmed that the seventh-generation Corvette will debut the evening of Sunday, Jan. 13, 2013 in Detroit. To kick off the countdown to the debut, Chevrolet debuted the new Crossed Flags logo for the new, 2014 Corvette. “The all-new, seventh-generation Corvette deserved an all-new emblem,” said Ed Welburn, GM vice president of global design. […]
[READ MORE]