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MG Logo, HD Png, Meaning, Information

The MG car logo is indeed derived from the initials of Morris Garages, which was founded by William Morris in 1910.

MG Logo Red (2010-Present) 1920x1080 HD png

MG Logo (2010-Present)
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MG Information
Founded 1924
Founder Cecil Kimber
Headquarters Longbridge, Birmingham, United Kingdom
Parent SAIC Motor UK
Owner SAIC Motor
Official Site

MG underwent many changes in ownership starting with Morris merging with Austin in The British Motor Corporation Limited in 1952. MG became the MG Division of BMC in 1967 and so a component of the 1968 merger that created British Leyland Motor Corporation. By the start of 2000 MG was part of the MG Rover Group which entered receivership in 2005 and the assets and the MG brand were purchased by Nanjing Automobile Group (which merged into SAIC in 2008) for GB£53 million.

MG Logo Silver (2010) 2560x1440 HD png

MG Logo (Silver)
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The MG logo has a historical original like other car logos. The famous MG initials were chosen by Cecil Kimber, the founder of MG, as a “nod” to William Morris, his employer, and the owner of Morris Garages.

MG Symbol Black (2010) 1920x1080 HD png

MG Symbol (Black)
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The MG logo representing the initials is enclosed in an octagon frame and was known today in the automobile market. Even it is simple it still continues to emerge along with other car logos. It gained the attention among the sea of car logos due to its unique built of engines.

MG Logo (1999) 1920x1080 HD png

MG Logo (1999)
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MG are the initials for Morris Garages.

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MG Emblem 640x480

MG Symbol 640x480

The MG marque, along with the Rover marque, went to the MG Rover group in May 2000, when BMW "broke up" the Rover Group. This arrangement had the return of MG badges on sportier Rover-based cars such as the MG ZT in 2001, along with a revised MG F model, known as the MG TF, launched in 2002; however, all production ceased in April 2005 when MG Rover went into administration.

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