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What is the Kia K emblem?
According to the automaker, the name “Kia” is a combination of “ki” (起) meaning arise or come up out of and “A” (亞), signifying Asia. Thus, Kia (起亞) can be defined as “rising out of Asia.” This logo has been used over the years for some models sold in Korea, but it’s made very few appearances outside of Asia.
Why does Kia have so many emblems?
“The automotive industry is experiencing a period of rapid transformation, and Kia is proactively shaping and adapting to these changes. Our new logo represents our desire to inspire customers as their mobility needs evolve, and for our employees to rise to the challenges we face in a fast-changing industry.”
Why do some Kias have a weird logo?
Yep. As the folks at The Drive have so kindly pointed out, the new Kia logo looks a bit… off. The new logo results from a massive rebranding effort that will not fully materialize until the year 2025 with an all-new line of EVs.
How do I change my Kia logo?
Changing your previous Kia badge on your current vehicle is not possible due to the physical design and shape of the new Kia logo.
Can I put the new Kia logo on my car?
Each set is a 2 piece: a carbon fiber background and the new KIA logo that goes on top of it. It gives you the option of just covering up the logo or putting the new one on after.
What is the new emblem for Kia?
Kia has been using variants of its current logo –- with the word KIA encircled by an oval –- since 1994, with minor tweaks in 2004 and 2012. The new badge adopts a stylized, almost runic, script in which the capital letters K-I-A are joined with a modern flair.
Why did Kia change their emblem?
Back in January, Kia said that the logo was intended to convey a fresh start and a change of direction for the company. “The rhythmical, unbroken line of the logo conveys Kia’s commitment to bringing moments of inspiration, while its symmetry demonstrates confidence,” it said in a press release.
Do 2021 Kias have new logo?
At the beginning of 2021, Kia revealed its brand new logo & slogan, (initially expected to debut on the Kia K5 itself) so the South Korean automaker started to apply the new logo after the All-New K8 inaugurated it.