This logo is in use since the 1870s. The crests represent three chestnut leaves and three oak leaves, respectively.
This company made aircraft engines during the First World War hence the wings occupy a major part in the logo.
This American luxury car brand is one of the oldest automobile brands in the world and takes its name from a French explorer.
The two R's here is the insignia of the two masterminds behind this successful brand.
Adored by auto fans all over the World, this logo shows a galloping pony depicting power and style.
The intersecting ovals of this logo are symbolic of the trust between the company and its customers.
Also known as the Bowtie logo, it is designed with vivid colors calling for enthusiasm and strength.
The trident in the logo represents qualities of strength associated with the Roman god Neptune.
Founded by Martin Eberhard and Marc Tarpenning in 2004, some users believe that this logo is inspired by the female reproductive system.
This logo is also popularly known as "The Power of Dreams" representing the quality, durability, and confidence of every vehicle produced under the company's name.
A luxury spinoff from Nissan debuted in 1989. The logo is a stylized numeral 8 and a road to Mt.Fuji reflecting its Japanese origins.
BMW owns this brand since 2000 and is used by them for a range of small cars.
The cluster of stars in the logo represents a constellation of Taurus. This brand also carries the slogan "Confidence in Motion".
This Crossed Flags logo purely represents the brand's Speed and Bold Style quotient.
The Lion on its paws showcases the power and corporate balance of the company.