Lion-Peugeot Type V4C3.
The Lion-Peugeot Type V4C3 was a motor car produced near Valentigney by the French auto-maker Lion-Peugeot between 1912 and 1913.
It was the manufacturer’s first car with a four-cylinder engine.
653 were produced.
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The word Volvo closely resembles the Spanish word that means “I roll,” symbolizing Volvo’s desire to make transportation easier. The company’s logo, a circle with an arrow pointing out, is an ancient chemical symbol for iron.
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Why is the Peugeot logo a lion?
The lion symbol first appeared in 1847 when the PEUGEOT family were producing steel products. The lion image was used to represent the strength and sharpness of the products – symbolised through the lion’s jagged and sharp teeth. In 1858, the logo was registered as the PEUGEOT trademark.
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