Infiniti – Japanese brand of luxury cars owned by Nissan. Its story begins in 1985, but the name was chosen 2 years later. The first Infiniti car entered the market in 1989. Initially, the Japanese sold their cars only on the North American market. Currently, they are on the Russian, Canadian, Polish, Chinese and Japanese markets.
Meaning and History
Nissan, which owns the Infinity car brand, has attached great importance to the selection of symbols for its creations. This is evidenced even by the fact that since the creation of the company in 1989, its logo has not changed.
What does the Infiniti car symbol mean?
While developing the Infinity logo, the producers decided to repeat the history of the new brand’s creation and become a great incentive for its development. Therefore, the emblem in a way repeats the character and appearance of the first car, symbolizing the road going into the distance, hiding the infinity. Some believe that the logo symbolizes Mount Fuji in Japan, that is, “the highest point of quality and technical achievement.” There are even those who compare the logo to Pac-Man.
Emblem and Symbol
The Infiniti logo consists of a silver ellipse with two intersecting lines breaking its continuity. These two connecting lines represent precisely the road to the horizon (represented by an ellipse), an endless road to the rising sun, that is what the Infiniti logo stands for.
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