Dacia unveils new badge design

Rodolfo Schellin

Dacia has unveiled a new badge and emblem, which will look on the company’s vehicles from the 2nd 50 {7e488363c11ee5ef50445c8c4fa770b6e6e4f99e57faea264a05ac52abb3ffe0} of 2022.

The to start with new car from Dacia to have the redesigned branding will probably be the Bigster SUV, which is set to go on sale in 2022 as the company’s to start with foray into the substantial SUV marketplace. 

In spot of the aged shield style and design, Dacia’s badge is now basically the term “Dacia” in a stylised blocky font. The company’s long term types will also get a new emblem on their radiator grilles, built from the “D” and “C” letters in the badge.

Dacia has also altered its colour scheme from silver and blue to khaki-inexperienced, which it states “evokes the brand’s closeness to mother nature.” Supposedly, this is also a nod to the company’s rugged SUVs, these as the Duster.

Dacia emblem

Dacia states its new branding has been purposefully stripped back again, as a reminder of its back again- to-principles company model. Denis Le Vot, Dacia’s CEO, outlined the firm’s stance, declaring: “[Dacia is] the brand that consistently redefines what is necessary in the automotive industry.”

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