Kia logos


Kia Corporation (more commonly known as Kia/KI?) is a South Korean car manufacturer, with its headquarters in Seoul, South Korea. It’s South Korea’s second largest car manufacturer after Hyuindai (its parent company) with sales of almost 3 million cars in 2019. Kia was founded in 1944 as Kyungsung Precision Industry, and they initially were a manufacturer of bicycle parts. The Kia logo is fairly simple. It’s an extremely stylized version of their company name “Kia”. Although the logo is simple, Kia can be translated from Korean to “the rise of Asia”. The 2012 logo has a slick and minimalist design, it’s just the company name surrounded by an oval shaped ring. The 2020 Kia logo on the other hand adopted a young and futuristic design to the logo, where all the letters merge together. The “K” with the “I” at the top and the “I” with the “A” at the bottom. Their logo color has remained consistent for the past 27 years, that color being red. Kia is a South Korean corporation headquartered in Seoul, South Korea. It was founded by Kim Cheol-Ho, in 1944 in Yeoungdeungpo-gu, Seoul, South Korea. Their parent organizations are the Hyundai motor organication and Hyundai motor group. According to the company, KIA actually stands for “to rise from.” The Kia logo begins with an elongated oval, normally depicted in a red. The brand’s name is often written in the middle in a simple font with serifs. Sometimes, in addition to this, the oval is outlined or embellished with a silver lining, making the brand easy to recognize.