Three favorite hybrid car logos


Below are my three favorite hybrid car nameplate logos. The first (and easily my favorite) is from Ford and includes a small segment of roadway with a green leaf. To me, this says it all and is a great design for sustainability branding. Pre-2013 models have the roadway/leaf logo on the left side of the “hybrid” text, while 2013 models have it following the text.

Source: nvate.com

Source: nvate.com

The second comes from the leader in hybrid car technology, Toyota. While not as eye-popping as Ford’s logo, you know it when you see it on the Prius, Camry, and Highlander.

Source: examiner.com

Source: examiner.com

Lastly is one that is still visible on the roads but becoming rarer due to GM’s decision to end the Saturn brand a few years back. Personally, I thought Saturn had GM’s best line-up of cars at the time of its demise. This logo s very noticeable due to the enlarged “H.” It can be seen on the Saturn Vue.

Source: fanpop.com

Source: fanpop.com

While other car manufacturers build hybrid cars, none of the logos I have seen have the pizzaz of these three. Hopefully, as time passes, more innovative forms of hybrid nameplate logos will become evident in the market.

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