Report: Cadillac Unveiling a Fresh Logo at Pebble Beach
Reports are currently pointing toward Caddy creating a brand new symbol. But, it won't be utilized on a production car until
2015. It seems like Cadillac's choice to improve its emblem arrived after it received negative feedback from customers. According to a Cadillac insider "the wreath is observed as aged and dated." Consequently, Cadillac will most probably choose for a single-bit emblem.
Based on the same insider, this new singlepiece emblem could give designers more flexibility to perform with the "face" of future Cadillac models. There are two possibilities: since it's now, or over the hood one will be in the centre of the grille, as it pertains to its placement on the vehicle.
Click past the hop to read more about the Cadillac Logo.
Cadillac symbol has a 111year-long history, during which interval it morphed almost 40 times.
The initial emblem included a shield and a crown. As the shield represented the origins of a noble family, the crown was a sign of the six early counts of France.
The very first Cadillac models featured a script put from the other side of the radiator. Between 1906 and 1910, there were three distinct symbols used for the Cadillac models. In 1908, Cadillac won the Dewar trophy, or so the symbol marked "Standard of the Whole world." Caddy used another three symbols between 1915 and 1925.
On the Eldorado models Cadillac first used the crest in 1963. The wreath evaporated in the '70s, but it became a regular attribute starting the 80s.
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