It’s the most normal in the industry for two car brands to be “killed” by a business name. This is one of many reasons, as there are thousands of others, that the Patent and Trademark Office was born. Many are unaware of their mission, but they are the organization that oversees and ensures that no one steals the ideas of those who have dreams and dare to innovate. but still, The human imagination is so vast Didn’t arrive many times…

They don’t protect what the brand thinks they should.One of the most “curious” cases in recent years involved Citroën and Polestar logo on the second companyThe double chevron house claims the Swedish firm not only copied the “symbol” but also the shape of the chevron.The truth is, their problems are solved Fines for Volvo’s Premium Division and Suspension. But there’s more…

Although Citroen “buries the axe”, hopefully Polestar can’t use its emblem across Europe…

Citroen C3 AirCross MY2021

As we already told you at the time, the economic sanctions amounted to 150,000 euros. return, Polestar can’t use its logo in France for 6 months from the publication of this sentence. After that, the brand’s official website stopped activities, but the refund seems to have not been resolved.Deadline passes, economic ‘collapse’ in Swedish house income statement is trivial, but Official website still inactive in France.

French customers can read the following information…

«French public inaccessible to Polestar website Due to geographical restrictions on the use of French trademarks n°016898173 and n°01689532. If you need help, you can contact us: +800-707 088 22″

Polaris logo

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Polestar logo banned in France for similarity to Citroen and DS

This is the second part of this strange story. Citroen appears to have forgiven his opponent after ruling, but no, it won’t be like that. As we know from various sources, the French company will again ask Polestar not to use its logo, but it is now available throughout Europe. This apparently happened earlier this year, but for whatever reason, no one realized it. Of course, it’s not there yet…

therefore Volvo is already planning Polestar’s return to France. We’ll have to wait for an announcement from the company, but that could come anytime. Let’s see if this time is forever, Citroën and DS don’t cross their paths again… again and again…

Fuente – Car News – Le Monde