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1906–1934 1911–1934 1911–1973 1911–2020 1973–1998 1998–2020 2020–present
1906–1934 1911–1934 1911–1973 1911–2020 1973–1998 1998–2020 2020–present

1906–1934

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1911–1934

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1911–1973

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1911–2020

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1973–1998

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1998–2020

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The Volkswagen Group acquired many of the Rolls-Royce trademarks from Vickers in 1998, although the name and "RR" symbol was retained by the aerospace manufacturer. Ultimately, BMW would gain the rights to the Rolls-Royce name and logo for automobiles, and VW would sell off the Spirit of Ecstasy and grille design to BMW, whilst retaining Bentley, which Rolls-Royce had merged with in 1931.

2020–present

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Designer:  Pentagram
Typography:  Unknown
Launched:  August, 25th


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