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1899–1906 1906–1919 1919–1923 1923–1925 1925–1930 1930–1945
1899–1906 1906–1919 1919–1923 1923–1925 1925–1930 1930–1945
1945–1946 1946–1958 1958–1967 1967–1972 1973–1982 1982–1990
1945–1946 1946–1958 1958–1967 1967–1972 1973–1982 1982–1990
1990–2004 2004–2007 2007–2015 2015–2021 2021–present
1990–2004 2004–2007 2007–2015 2015–2021 2021–present


1899–1906

Renault 1899.svg

1906–1919

Renault 1906.svg

1919–1923

Renault 1919.svg

1923–1925

Renault 1923.svg

1925–1930

Renault 1925.svg

1930–1945

Renault 1930.svg

1945–1946

Renault 1945.svg

1946–1958

Renault 1946.svg
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Century Gothic Bold

1958–1967

Renault 1959.svg
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Compact Light

1967–1973

Renault 1971.svg
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Compact Light

In 1967, Renault first introduced the famous "rhombus symbol" as a badge in the R15/17 models and early R5 models. This logo was used for a short period of time, after the Kent company sued Renault for plagiarizing their logo (which also has a similar rhombus but rotated 90°), therefor Renault stopped using this logo, removed the badge from cars and replaced it by the following design made by Victor Vasarely.[1]

1973–1990

1973–1982

Renault 1972.svg
Designer:  Victor Vasarely
Typography:  Compact Light

1982–1990

Renault 1982.svg
Designer:  Victor Vasarely
Typography:  Renault MN Bold

1990–2021

1990–2004

Renault 1992.svg
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Renault MN Bold

2004–2015

2004–2007

Renault 2004.svg
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Renault Identité

2007–2015

Renault 2007.svg
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Renault Identité

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2015–2021

Renault 2015.svg
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Renault Life Bold

On April 6, 2015, Renault updated its logo.[3]

2021–present

Renault 2021.svg
Designer:  Gilles Vidal[4]
Typography:  Unknown
Launched:  March 4th, 2021

As like Dacia, Renault designed a new logo for their new concept - Renault 5 (2023). This logo is a revised version of the 1973 logo first used on the original Renault 5.

The new diamond officially become the brand's new logo from March 12, 2021 after other brands such as Peugeot, Opel, Volkswagen, Kia, and Nissan updated theirs earlier.

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