Mitsuoka Motors Logo
The Japanese company Mitsuoka Motors was founded in 1968, and in 1987 began the production of retro cars based on conventional cars. In 1996, the Japanese government granted the company the official status of an automaker. The company’s products are sold mainly in Japan, but in 2015 the company made its debut in the UK market.
Meaning and History
The company’s logo is based on the original Chinese character for cars “車”. At first glance, it’s hard to say that the logo belongs to a company that manufactures cars. The logo consists of the intersection of two lines (horizontal intersects the vertical at the bottom). The horizontal line has three circles that resemble the base of a car. The vertical line looks like a trident in its shape. Below the logo (sometimes on side of it), the company name is written in bold and capital letters.
Emblem and symbol
The company emblem on cars is usually depicted on a round badge, inside which is a white or silver company symbol. The emblem is located mostly on the hood of cars.