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Mazda celebrates turning 90, looks back at logos

by Jeff Glucker (RSS feed) on Dec 1st, 2010 at 3:59PM

Mazda turns 90 years old this year, and during the Japanese automaker's near-century of building cars, it has stayed true to the Zoom-Zoom ethos that defined it. One thing that has changed over the years, however, is its logo. In 1936, Mazda entered the world of automobile manufacturing and hit the ground running with not one, but two logos: a simple "Mazda" written in script and a triple "M" symbol that was said to be both a tie to its headquarters – home of Hiroshima City and the sense of speed and agility that Mazda puts into its cars. That triple M also served to stand... Read More

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