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At the same time as VOLVO was reactivated, the ancient chemical symbol for iron, a circle with an arrow pointing diagonally upwards to the right, was adopted as a logotype. This is one of the oldest and most common ideograms in Western culture and originally stood for the planet Mars in the Roman Empire. Because it also symbolized the Roman god of warfare, Mars, and the masculine gender (as every bird-watcher can tell), an early relationship was established between the Mars symbol and the metal from which most weapons were made at the time, iron.

As such, the ideogram has long been the symbol of the iron industry, not least in Sweden. The iron badge on the car was supposed to take up this symbolism and create associations with the honoured traditions of the Swedish iron industry: steel and strength with properties such as safety, quality and durability. The new car also got its name VOLVO written in its own typeface, Egyptian.

Today, the iron logo also stands for a brand that radiates modern and exciting design and has a strong emotive connection with the customers.

The Volvo Owners Club


Uploaded on May 10, 2010
Last updated on May 11, 2010

Volvo Cars
Karl-Erik Forsberg
Font author:
Konrad F. Bauer, Walter Baum

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Volvo Cars

Volvo Cars, or Volvo Personvagnar AB, is a Swedish automobile manufacturer founded in 1927, in the city of Gothenburg, Sweden. It is currently owned by Geely Automobile of China. Volvo cars have long been marketed and stressed their historic reputation for solidity and reliability. Prior to strong government safety regulation Volvo had been in the forefront of safety engineering.