Japanese car brand Nissan has joined BMW, MINI and Volkswagen in officially replacing its three-dimensional emblem with a flat, two-dimensional logo.
The company name has been kept at the centre of the logo, but is no longer raised and has been simplified into basic, block lines. The font has also been refined and the lettering stretched out to create more in-between space, offering a cleaner aesthetic.
Nissan's debuted its new logo on the electric Ariya SUV and all of the brand's future fully-electric vehicles will feature an illuminated version of the design.
This will be lit by 20 LEDs, a number chosen to represent the number of years since the last logo redesign.