Toyota Logo

Toyota’s logo, created with three ovals, has a very simple and catchy design. Introduced in 1989, this design has graced all Toyota models ever since. While these ovals express the trust between the company and customers, they also cleverly symbolize the letters that make up Toyota. However, we cannot see this logo on some models.

Why does Toyota Corolla have a different emblem?
Toyota announced today that it has updated its Corolla models in the Japanese market with a promotion. Continuing on its way with some minor design changes and technology innovations, the most striking thing in the model was the “C” shaped logo used on the vehicles.

While many brands have renewed their logos recently, it can be thought that the Japanese manufacturer has followed a similar path with this “C” shaped emblem. However, the situation is quite different from that. Toyota can follow such a path in some models in the Japanese market, and instead of the Toyota logo on the front of the vehicles, it uses an emblem consisting of the first letter of that model’s name. As the reason for this, we can show the models that go beyond the brand perception.

Corolla is the best example of this. The Corolla models offered by Toyota in the Japanese market use the “C” shaped logo with three cross-like details on it. The company is following this policy, especially on some of its popular models. On the back of the vehicles, there is also the Toyota emblem.

Toyota’s tradition of using names derived from the Crown for sedans continues with the Corolla. In the logo on the “Corolla” models, which means crown or petal, the letter C symbolizes Corolla, while the details on the letter C are described as petals and petals.

Toyota Corolla is not alone in its different logo strategy. While the Japanese manufacturer uses a logo resembling the letter P in its Premio and Platz models, we encounter an A-shaped emblem in the Allion model. Likewise, the Noah model has a logo that refers to the letter N.