Now that Chrysler has combined with Fiat to form Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), the Chrysler Pentastar logo will no longer be appearing on Chrysler cars, in favor of a new logo, stylized lettering of “FCA.”
The new FCA logo can already be seen on almost anything that Chrysler could quickly switch over, like its website and Twitter account. Many new products that will be developed by Chrysler will have the FCA logo, instead of the classic Pentastar.
This comes as somewhat of a disappoint to Chrysler fans who hold the Pentastar dear, but surely, the FCA lettering will come to be appreciated as well, as Chrysler upholds their tradition of consistently innovative vehicle creation.
For now, the Chrysler Pentastar logo can still be found on Chrysler’s current vehicles, and their corporate headquarters still boasts an enormous image of the classic logo
We at Cumberland Chrysler Center look forward to the positive changes that will be brought on by the formation of FCA, despite the Chrysler Pentastar being phased out. What do you think? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.