Chevrolet’s ubiquitous logo is celebrating it’s centenary birthday this year. Marking this most momentous of occasions, Chevy released a sweet graphic detailing the many iterations the iconic logo underwent since it’s inception 100 years ago as well as the vehicles it branded. Created by Chevy co-founder William C. Durant, the logo first debuted in 1913 on the 1914 H-2 Royal Mail (pictured below) and still adorns 60 million Chevrolet vehicles globally today.


Click here to trace Chevy’s logo over 100 years cataloguing it’s slight (some not so slight) revisions, the sweet rides the corresponding logos were used on, as well as the somewhat murky, unclear history behind it’s inception.

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