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Most Expensive and Classy Brands of Sports World with Their Acoustic Logos

Friday, November 6, 2009

Bugatti Veyron ($1,700,000)

Bugatti veyron is the most expensive car existing in the whole world of automobile. Its one of the finest engineering product which gives the mind-blowing speed of 400km/hr. But when we look at its logo design, our rendition about the car image goes down on a higher pace the logos design seems so much boring and hectic with no match to car design and its ultimate speed. The logo of cars like that must be bold and racy.

 Ferrari Enzo ($1,000,000)

My all time favorite car, the one and only Ferrari enzo which is not only 2nd most expensive car of the world but its unique, extravagant and classy logo design making it one of its kind. Ferrari’s logos design is simply praised all over the world. The aggressive and bold look of Ferrari logo design makes it prolific and eye catching. The standing horse is showing company’s future.

 Pagani Zonda C12 F ($741,000)

Zonda is not a familiar name in the racing world but it possesses the third place in most expensive and fast cars. The Zonda R logo is a unique style logo showing a blady touch which gives the idea of high speed with class.

 Porsche Carrera GT ($484,000)

This logo is the branding for the famous high quality sports car manufacturer Porsche. Komanda sketched the Porsche coat of arms that used as the logo design. The logo design is said to be a classic representing the Stuttgart coat of arms animal and the other local element but finally it has no comparison with Ferrari logo design.

 Mercedes SLR McLaren ($455,500)

Mercedes is the world's most valuable premium auto brand and its logo design has become one of the most recognizable symbols on the planet. New Mercedes logo design makes sound waves, after 18 years, Mercedes-Benz is updated its image with a new brand identity. With fresh positioning; the car company intends to show the vitality and dynamism of the brand.


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