Rolls Royce, a British car manufacturer who focuses on building luxury cars was founded in 1903. This company has five plants, which are located at Manchester, London, Derby and Crewe.
The fifth was in West Sussex, England, which is based in United Kingdom. The plant was named as the Goodwood plant.
Rolls Royce, just like other car manufacturing companies, has also its trademark or badge which they call as the Rolls Royce car logo.
Car logos may just be a small part in every car, but they play an important role as they serve as visual representation of the company a car is from.
Car logos are also a way of advertisement for the company in order to add to its popularity.
Rolls Royce car logo comes in a RR image which is usually placed in front of the car.
Rolls Royce car logo was colored with red in the beginning years of the company, but it was changed to black in 1934 after the death of Henry Royce, which is the owner of the said car brand.
Actually, it was Henry himself who decided to change the color of their badge because he realized that red can clash to some of their models’ color.
The first model that was released with a black badge was the Phantom III of 1934 and was also the first car without the input of Mr. Henry Royce.