Logos Quiz Level 1-33 Answers
Citroen is a French auto manufacturer that was founded by André-Gustave Citroën in 1919. At the time, Citroen was the first large-production automobile manufacturer outside of North America. They were often noted for their innovative modern concepts and top notch engineering. For example, they have become known for their innovations in front-wheel drive vehicles, hydropneumatic self-levelling suspension, and disc brakes. Citroen has gone on to win numerous Car of the Year awards in the US and Europe.
Some recent models of cars include the C3, Aircross, and Cactus. Citroen’s line of work can also be seen in their World Rally Racing Team and World Touring Car Team, both of which where they have won several championships.
Citroen’s logo is actually two chevrons that were modeled after two chevron-shaped gears that were used in milling. The idea behind this is that a gear of that shape can produce axial force. When another gear of the same shape is added, this force is cancelled. Therefore, the logo is supposed to represent the intermeshing contact of the two.