Sri Lanka distributor begins adoption of Kia logo, brand persona
The new corporate logo resembling a handwritten signature is accompanied by the brand’s slogan ‘Movement that inspires’ and announces the automobile manufacturer’s bold transformation and all-new brand purpose. The introduction of the new logo represents Kia’s ambitions to establish a leadership position in the future mobility industry by revamping nearly all facets of its business.
The bold strokes and smooth angles that make up the new logo of Kia are intended to represent symmetry, rhythm and rising, symbolising the values Kia promises to offer customers through future products and services, and the experiences these enable. The rhythmical, unbroken line of the logo conveys the automobile manufacturer’s commitment to bringing moments of inspiration, while its symmetry demonstrates confidence. The rising angles of the logo embody Kia’s rising ambitions for the brand, and more importantly, what it offers customers.
Kia’s new design philosophy ‘Opposites United’ takes inspiration from the contrasts found in nature and humanity. At the center of the design philosophy is a new visual identity evoking positive forces and natural energy, with contrasting combinations of sharp stylistic elements and sculptural shapes.
Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer Andrew Perera said, “The dramatic transformation expressed by the new logo captures the excitement and optimism with which Kia views its future in the automobile industry. While we transform and reinvent ourselves as envisagedby the new brand direction, we will align and continue to deliver meaningful experiences throughout the owners’ journey, in terms of sales and service through design-driven products and new technologies, keeping our valued customers at the heart of all our decisions.”
The launch of Kia’s new logo follows the announcement of the Company’s ‘Plan S’ long-term business strategy in 2020. Under Plan S, Kia, among other objectives, has set itself the goal of taking a leading position in the global car market.