Last edited by Geechie_Suede; 05-16-2012 at 08:04 PM.
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Current: 1993 Lexus LS400
Is it just me or does the logo look likes swastika?I saw this originally, too. Not to mention that I do see a swastika now that Corbic mentions it.
It is kind of amazing that they let this logo past internal review.Yeah, in fact I am. The first thing that I saw when I saw the logo was teh famous "SS" logo (Pictured above). In the U.S.A., at least, companies are generally extremely risk-averse when designing logos.
I was just a bit surprised.
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Seriously, I have a book on the history of GM, and apparently the use of "Super Sport" predated WWII. Chevy refrained from using SS in the short period after the war due to its association with the Nazis. Eventually they brought it back knowing that most Americans would realize that "SS" meant "Super Sport" and not "Schutzstaffel."
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