UK: Renault to drop name from cars - paper
French car maker Renault is planning to drop its name from its cars, according to a report in the British Guardian newspaper. The paper says that Renault thinks its silver diamond logo, first used in 1925, is now so well known that name badges are no longer needed. The Guardian also says that the logo-only policy will help when the company starts to sell some re-styled Nissan vehicles under the Renault badge.
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