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Opel Logo 1862 Opel Logo 1886 Opel-3 Opel-2 Opel-1583335641 Opel-1583335694 Opel Logo 1909
1862–1886 1886–1889 1889 1889–1902 1902–1906 1906–1909 1909–1910
 
Opel Opel Opel-0 Opel-1 Opel Logo 1937 Opel 1947-1954 Opel Logo Handel 1937
1910–1937 1924–1937 1928 1929–1937 1937–1947 1947–1954 1950–1951
 
Opel 1954-1964 Imagem4-1583427543 Opel Logo 1963 Opel Logo 1964 Opel Print 1970 Opel Logo 1987 Imagem2-1583427177
1954–1959 1959–1953 1963–1964 1964–1970 1970–1987 1987–2002 1991–1995
 
Imagem3-1583427201 Opel Logo 2002 Opel Logo 2007 Opel-Logo-2011-Vector Opel 2017
1995–2002 2002–2007 2007–2009 2009–2017 2017–present

1862–1886

Opel Logo 1862
Originally Opel was a brand of sewing machines and its first logo featured the initials of its creator, Adam Opel.

1886–1899

Opel Logo 1886
Later, in 1886, the company started producing bicycles, and since then the company has been using this logo. This logo shows a man riding a bicycle to show the products sold and a woman with wings flying to demonstrate the idea of ​​lightness and smoothness in driving.

1899

Opel-3

In 1899, Opel started to produce cars and since then until today it does.

1899–1902

Opel-2

1902–1906

Opel-1583335641

1906–1909

Opel-1583335694

1909–1910

Opel Logo 1909

1910–1937

Opel

1924–1937

Opel

1928

Opel-0

1929–1937

Opel-1

In 1929, Opel joined General Motors.

1936–1937

Opel Blitz

1937–1947

Opel Logo 1937

1947–1954

Opel-1583335789

1950–1951

Opel Logo Handel 1937

1954–1959

Imagem6-1582900180

1959–1963

Imagem4-1583427543

1963–1964

Opel Logo 1963

1964–1970

Opel Logo 1964

1970–1987

Opel Print 1970

1987–2002

Opel Logo 1987

1991–1995

Imagem2-1583427177

1995–2002

Imagem3-1583427201

2002–2007

Opel Logo 2002

2007–2009

Opel Logo 2007

2009–2017

Opel-Logo-2011-Vector

2017–present

Opel 2017

In 2017, GM sold Opel to Groupe PSA and has since been part of Groupe PSA ever since. This logo shows a man riding a bicycle to show the products sold and a woman with wings flying to demonstrate the idea of ​​lightness and smoothness in driving.

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