– Two-dimensional monochromatic design to replace the current logo
– Nissan filed documents in Britain, Peru, Chile, Uruguay and Argentina
Nissan has registered a trademark for a new company logo which is likely to replace the existing three-dimensional logo. This new logo gets a two-dimensional monochrome design that will be reproduced on multiple platforms. Reports say the company has filed documents in Britain, Peru, Chile, Uruguay and Argentina to record a flat, two-dimensional update to its existing logo. The company has yet to make an official statement on whether this will be introduced in the new product line.
It is believed that the new logo will likely be introduced in the new generation Nissan Z, which is expected to be introduced to the international market next year. First introduced in 1969, the Z series of sports cars gave birth to interesting cars like the 240Z, 280Z, 300ZX, 350Z and 370Z. It is believed that the updated version should be called 400Z and is likely to be powered by a V6 engine.
The new Nissan logo was last seen in the Ariya concept shown at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show. Skoda updated the logo a few years ago, and automakers like Volkswagen and BMW have also recently joined. the movement to update their 2D logo. Audi and Kia are also updating the logo which should be released shortly.