Chery Logo

Chery Logo
Chery is a Chinese brand of cars and SUV manufacturing company, which was established in 1997 and is fully owned and managed by the government of China.

Meaning and history

Chery Logo history


Chery is one of the loudest names of the Asian automobile industry. The company is a regional representative of the Jaguar Land Rover Group and is one of the largest car manufacturers in China.
The Chery logo is traditional for the industry and is composed of a wordmark and an emblem above it.
The wordmark is executed in dark red all capital letters, written in a modern sans-serif font, with the enlarged upper part of the letter “R”, which makes the nameplate unique.
The Chery emblem, which is three-dimensional, features a silver palette, which adds volume and dynamics to the logo. The emblem is composed of a bold oval with a stylized letter “A” without its horizontal bar.
The logo was redesigned in 2013 and has smoother and sleeker lines in comparison to the brand’s visual identity version from 1993, where the oval was open and the “A” symbol (which stands for “Auto”) features thinner and straighter lines.
The Chery logo is an example of simple classics, reflecting a huge brand, which is focused on progress and quality.