Here are the silver and black versions of the new Volvo logo, created for the car company by Swedish design agency Stockholm Design Lab (opens in new tab) in collaboration with Tröllback & Company (opens in new tab).
The new design is a subtle but important tweak of the defiantly masculine logo created by Bite in 2006 (see below), and continues to evolve the iconic 'Ironmark' symbol (opens in new tab) first created in 1927.
"Volvo needed a re-design of the iron mark, optimized for communication and versatile for all types of applications," the agency writes on its website. "The logo has been simplified in its purest form and conveys the brand’s vision; to be the world's most progressive and desirable premium car brand."
The all-new, yummy mummy's favourite Volvo XC90 will be the first of the company's cars to carry the new logo design.
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