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This is what the logo looked like before World War II commenced.
The logo was modified prior to World War II.
The logo is now a circle with the VW of the previous logos retained. The logo was modified after World War II. This is the earliest logo still in use.
The logo has been made black and is contained within a square.
The logo dropped the square and became azure in color.
The colors of the previous logo were inverted.
The logo used during this time period was a colored version of the 1945 logo. The V was brought closer to the W and the outer ring of the logo became thinner.
The logo is now a darker shade of blue than before. Some minor modifications were made to the logo itself, such as making the outer ring thicker.
The 1995 logo was slightly modified to have a blue gradient. This logo only appeared on promotional material, and was used as a testbed for the 2000 logo, hence the small size.
The logo received a semi-3D look to update itself for the new millennium.
In 2010, Wolkswagen got a new logo which became slightly modified into fully 3D.
In 2012, Volkswagen introduced an alternate version of the current logo, with the silver lettering appearing to have a shine, as well as the reflection from the 2000 logo reinstated. The current logo was unveiled on September 4, 2012, with the world premiere of the 2013 Volkswagen Golf Mk7 in Berlin.
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