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What font is used in the SsangYong logo?

I did a lot of research to find the font used in the SsangYong logo. I didn’t find the exact font used in the logo. Most likely, this font has been personalized.

Anyway, I found two fonts that are very similar to the original logo font. The first is premium and the second is free. You can manipulate these fonts a bit to make them look like the desired font.

The first font is “Unitext Pro Bold” and was designed by Jan Hendrik Weber and published by Monotype. This font is Premium and you can buy it from the link below.

The second alternative font is “Prompt” and was designed by Cadson Demak. You can use it in your personal and commercial projects. Click on the button below to download it.

To describe and explain the facts about the logo font of the SsangYong brand, we first mention that it is directly related to the formation of the logo font. SsangYong means a twin-dragon, according to which the emblem has the shape of two interconnected wings, It is a symbol of freedom, movement, and growth. This logo font is very general and can be used in many brands and themes.

About SsangYong

The company, now known as SsangYong, was founded in 1954. The company began assembling the Jeep for the US Army in 1964. Since there was no real car factory in South Korea at the time, the company introduced the Jeep to the civilian market in 1969 under the Korando-based slogan “Korea can.”

In 1983, SsangYong signed a contract with Chrysler to produce the CJ7 Jeep. In 1984, with the changes it made, it minimized its resemblance to the Willis and produced the Korando K9. The car was exported to Japan in 1986 and to Europe in 1988, indicating its high quality. Production of the first-generation Korando continued until 1996. The second generation of the Korando was introduced in 1996 as a complement to the more famous Musso model. A year later, the car hit Europe and in 1998 it hit the Australian market, indicating its high quality. Coronado’s third-generation C200 has been in production since late 2010.

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