This logo was used from the series' inception in 1977 until mid-1983.
This logo was used from 1988 until 1993, surviving a title sequence change in 1989.
This logo was first introduced in 1994 alongside a new title sequence. Following declining ratings, Top Gear was cancelled in 2001.
This logo is also used for merchandising for the current format (e.g. the Top Gear Magazine) alongside the main logo of the current series.
A revamped version of Top Gear returned to BBC Two in 2002. After logo change in 2013 it used in specials only.
In 2013, the logo was given a slight modification. The gear was given a more 3D effect, the BBC's logo was implemented and the gear and text were moved slightly closer.
This logo is still used for promotional purposes such as the Top Gear website.
A title sequence revamp in 2017 saw the introduction of a three-dimensional rendering of the 1994 logo.
The logo was first seen on the Top Gear series 25 trailer released in January 2018. In February, the logo was added to the official Top Gear website. The logo is now used on all social media sites.
- For other related logos and images see: Top Gear/Title sequences
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