As more and more automobile manufacturers promote social distancing with their logos, Hyundai has followed suit. The South Korea automobile manufacturer has released a new logo promoting social distancing. In a tweet via its official Twitter account, the South Korean marque tweaks its own logo by not shaking hands. For the uninitiated, Hyundai’s logo represents two people shaking hands.
Hyundai modified the logo by doing the elbow jamming (jamming two elbows together) instead of the traditional handshake. As we all know now that shaking of hands is no longer safe for the time being that’s what the new logo is portraying.
The company has been raising the bar lately in helping the cause against coronavirus pandemic. The automaker announced that expiring vehicle warranties will be extended until June 30, 2020, covering 1.21-million cars worldwide. Hyundai and Genesis also said that they will cover up to six car loan payments of customers who would lose their jobs due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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