logo facts Selected as the most interesting among brands related questions in Brands quiz This race car was developed and built between 1933 and 1939. What brand was it?Auto Union was the predecessor of Audi. The car was extremely difficult to handle, but its tremendous power and acceleration were undeniable - a driver could induce wheelspin at over 100 mph (160 km/h). Silver arrows of Auto Union and Mercedes Benz dominated car racing until the outbreak of World War II.Created by: globalquiz.orgcar racing facts » Who designed the Chupa-Chups logo?Salvador Dali. The brand was founded by the Spaniard Enric Bernat in 1958, who started his business in Catalonia. It is currently owned by the Italian multinational corporation Perfetti Van Melle.Created by: globalquiz.orgsweets facts » What shape is hidden in the FedEx logo?Arrow. The white space between the "E" and the "x" in "Ex" is an arrow pointing towards the right.Created by: simply the beastcompanies facts » What does HTC stand for in the HTC Corporation name?High Tech Computer. HTC was founded in 1997 as a manufacturer of notebook computers. The company changed name to HTC and doesn't use "High Tech Computer" name any more. However, some HTC smartphones are still visible as "High Tech Computer" devices when plugged into PC. Created by: globalquiz.orgbrands facts » Which state in the United States has a city that has their McDonald's sign turquoise? Arizona. The city of Sedona in Arizona mixes the yellow M with rock around it to make it turquoise. Officials in Sedona, Arizona told the fast-food giant they were unable to open a restaurant with the trademark yellow logo. This is due to the city's strict regulations which prevent buildings from ruining the picturesque view of the desert. Created by: yoshchimfood facts » Which airline has that logo?Korean airlines. The Korean Air logo featuring stylized "taegeukgi" design was introduced on 1 March 1984. The same symbol is used in the Korean Flag.Created by: KasiaKorea facts » Play brands quiz and see all the questions.