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Industry News Volkswagen is changing its logo...and we’re a little worried Please be good by Drei Laurel | 11 hours ago

Industry News Volkswagen is changing its logo...and we’re a little worried Please be good by Drei Laurel | 11 hours ago

Volkswagen has confirmed it will unveil its redesigned at the 2019 Frankfurt motor show, which takes place in September. All in all, the presentation of the brand is to become significantly younger, more digital and therefore more modern.

Since being swept up in the Dieselgate scandal, Volkswagen has made a lot of changes.

"After the Beetle and the Golf, the ID.3 will usher in a new era for Volkswagen - electric, fully connected and balance sheet carbon-neutral", Volkswagen said in a media statement. We had already told you back in July 2018, that the company will reveal its brand new logo in 2019 and now we finally know when. The design was implemented with the full integration of all departments of the company in the record time of nine months using a powerhouse concept developed by Volkswagen especially for this goal. The new one was developed entirely in-house by the firm and maintains the letters V and W in a circle in a simpler, two-dimensional design.

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Yes, the German auto manufacturer has announced it is changing its classic VW logo. "The results of our work will become visible with the ID.3 and the new brand design", said Ralf Brandstätter, Chief Operating Officer of the Volkswagen Passenger Cars brand, today in Wolfsburg. It's flat, open, full of contrast and clearly perceived.

The symbol and trademark will be the new logo. Sengpiehl added that a particular focus had been placed on how the logo would appear in digital form.

We're sweating bullets not because we think Volkswagen's new badge will be bad, but because its logo is about as iconic as logos come-almost if not on a par with the likes of McDonald's Golden Arches and Coca Cola's red and white. An innovation to move with the times and not get stuck in the past. "We want to make mobility emissions-free for everyone". It has renegotiated contracts with European dealers so as to deal with them more directly, and there will be greater use of digital platforms in the future. The brand is unveiling its new look at this year's Frankfurt Motor Show, and we're kind of anxious. Over the next two years, it will be rolled out across more than 10,000 dealers in 171 markets, with the firm estimating that a total of 70,000 logos will be replaced.

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