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Audi (first era)
This logo shows the union of Audi with 3 other German car brands that formed Auto Union: DKW, Horch and Wanderer. As time went by the logo evolved but since then it has always continued with the four rings that symbolize the strength of this union.
Audi (second era)
1969–1995 (badge logo)
This logo is one of the most memorable of the company, as it combines the four rings with a distinctive brand.
The distinctive wordmark was removed and replaced with a left-aligned wordmark in the new corporate typeface, Audi Type.
The wordmark was removed altogether and the rings are now rendered in plain black, rather than in a metallic 3D effect. The Audi wordmark no longer appears with the four rings, but instead with the company slogan; Vorsprung durch Technik.
Former Audi Mergers
Audi | NSU