2010-PresentCurrent Chrysler Logo
Chrysler Logo Meaning
Over the decades the Chrysler logo has enjoyed a rich history of evolutions and yet always returned to its company roots.
1928 Chrysler Wings Logo
1936 Chrysler Wings Logo
The latest edition of Chrysler’s winged logo sees a pair of elegant silver wings matched with a Chrysler inscription on deep blue background in the middle. Despite the elimination of the historic wax seal sign, the logo represents the company’s legacy through the trademark silver wings and looks sophisticated and modern thanks to its graceful shape and noble silver color.
According to creator Oliver Clark, the winged element serves dual purposes, it reminds customers of the radiator on a car, and also represented the Roman God Mercury, known for his speed.
Founded: June 6, 1925
Founder: Walter Chrysler
Headquarters: Auburn Hills, Michigan, United States
Owners: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (2014–2021)
Official Site: www.chrysler.com