10 Interesting Stories Behind The Most Famous Car Logos

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It is not uncommon for stories that seem to make sense to become accepted by the public. Some refer to this as the Mandela effect. The cinema often is the culprit for people’s false memories as can be verified in Finding Forrester, where Jamal Wallace explained that the blue and white roundel actually symbolized a plane’s white propellers in the blue sky, to pay tribute to a supposed BMW history in building aircraft engines at the beginning of the 20th century, which was simply an advertising technique to draw attention to the brand in 1929. In reality, the white and blue are simply a tribute to the Bavarian flag's colors.

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