Aston Martin has already made its plans for the next century. The Vulcan and the AM RB 001 will team up together with AMG in development of electronics and new engines. It will also continue in production of electric and hybrid cars. The company has filed a trademark for a new unique logo before the Aston Martin’s second stage plan rolled out in full. The AutoGuide revealed the new logo. The logo was trademarked back in July in the United States. But we all had a question that exactly for what it will be used for.
Andy Palmer is the CEO of the company. He tweeted that the logo will not replace the iconic wings, which are currently found on the cars. So it will sue the circular logo for the merchandise things such as hardware, clothing and etc. Don’t think that the logo will be exclusively used for the overpriced T-shirts. The trademark falls under the design and chassis category. It suggests the company that it can use it on the exterior of the vehicles in one form or the other. This new logo is a nod to the logo of Aston Martin, which is used in the 1920s.
You will point out the letter M and A amidst all the angles, if you look very carefully. In the slider it shows that how much resemblance this new logo shares with the original one. It is still remains to be seen that exactly which way the company will use this new unique logo. There is good news if you want re-live some of the heritage. The company will offer a continuation of the iconic DB4 GT in 2017.