Just represented the newest “Nissan” logo which are moving in a similar direction to other car manufacturers such as BMW. The new logo replaces the three-dimensional chrome logo with a more minimalist, two-dimensional monochromatic one.
Also spotted is a new logo design for the next generation Z model, hinting that a replacement is only a matter of time. That’s good news because the current 370Z is going on 11 years old now. There have been rumours that the new Z-car could feature a retro-inspired design, and the vintage logo suggests this could be the case.
Whether the flat design trend will disappear and 3D logos make a triumphant return in a few years is anybody’s guess, but right now, the switch to simplicity makes sense – a logo needs to work across websites, social media and various types of digital media as well as a car bonnet. Hopefully Nissan will announce the new logos soon, and tell us more about the driving force behind the redesign. – Said Creativebloq.com