The first Renault logo in 1900 displayed the initials of the three brothers, and within six years had changed to the front of a car surrounded by a gear. By the early 1920s, Renault’s cars displayed a circle with grills that had “Renault” in the middle. In 1925 the diamond-shaped logo appeared. Minor alterations continued until 1972 when Viktor Vasarely redesigned the diamond into a rhombus with each side positioned over the other. In 1992 the name “Renault” was added to the logo and has remained this way.