Below is an assortment of emblems specific to Subaru, in no particular order or year.
Subaru logo (The Japanese name for the Pleiades constellation). It refers to a group of six stars - also known by its original Japanese name of mutsuraboshi - in the constellation of Taurus. We'd know them as Pleiades.
2015 Subaru WRX S4 Sedan logo.
Subaru 2.5xs Forester logo.
Subaru 2.5xt Forester logo.
Subaru 2.5x Forester logo.
STi logo. Established in 1988 as a subsidiary of parent company Fuji Heavy Industries (FHI), Subaru Tecnica International (STI) was formed, in part, to manage Subaru motorsports activities, including the company's participation in the FIA World Rally Championship (WRC).
Subaru Impreza WRX STi logo (the first STi badged Subaru to be available in Canada and the United States).
Subaru All Wheel Drive logo.
Subaru Legay logo. The Subaru Legacy is a mid-size car introduced by the Japanese manufacturer Subaru in February 1989. The Legacy launched in the USA for model year 1990. In Australia, it instead bears the name Liberty (out of respect for Australia's Legacy organisation, which aids veterans and their families during and after wars).
Subaru Impreza logo. The Subaru Impreza is a compact car that was first introduced by Subaru in 1993. "Impreza" is a coined word, deriving from an originally Italian word, impresa, meaning a feat or achievement. In Polish, "Impreza" means "party", "event" or "show".
Subaru Forester logo. The Subaru Forester, is a compact crossover SUV produced since 1997 by the Japanese automaker Subaru. Released in the United States in 1998, it is based on the chassis of the Subaru Impreza.
Subaru logo. Subaru introduced the all-wheel-drive Outback to the US market in 1994 as a 1995 model, deriving the model almost completely from the Subaru Legacy. The US Outback is manufactured alongside the Subaru Legacy and Subaru Tribeca models at the Subaru of Indiana Automotive plant in Lafayette, Indiana.
Subaru ViziV2 Concept logo.
2015 Subaru Viziv concept logo.
The Subaru Impreza WRX, is a turbocharged version of the Subaru Impreza, an all-wheel drive automobile. It is available as a sedan or wagon. Originally introduced in 1992 in Japan, then shortly afterwards in Australia and Europe, the Impreza WRX was first sold in North America in the 2002 model year.
Subaru SVX logo. The Alcyone SVX, also known outside Japan as the Subaru SVX, was a mid-sized, high performance sports touring coupe sold by Subaru from 1991 to 1997. Subaru introduced the SVX in the United States in July of 1991 (as a 1992 model), following up the U.S. debut with a Japanese market introduction in September of that same year. Total sales of the SVX numbered 14,257 in the United States and a total of about 25,000 worldwide.
Subaru Baja logo. Formally introduced in 2002 as a 2003 model, (until 2006) the Subaru Baja combined the handling and passenger carrying characteristics of a car.
Subaru Service Development logo.
Subaru Customer Dealer Services logo.
Subaru “BRZ” emblem, which stands for “Boxer engine”, “Rear-wheel drive” and “Zenith”.
STI Impreza emblem from a 2008 Subaru Impreza WRX STI 8LV.
STI front grill emblem from a 2008 Subaru Impreza WRX STI 8LV.
2006 Subaru Forester S AWD emblem.
2006 Subaru B9 Tribeca emblem.
2005 Subaru B5-TPH concept logo.
Subaru introduced the Alcyone SVX in the United States in July of 1991 (as a 1992 model), following up the U.S. debut with a Japanese market introduction in September of that same year. The model was designed and marketed as the replacement for their aging Alcyone XT and Alcyone XT6 coupes.
The MSRP of the base model 1992 SVX-LS was $24,445, with the top of the line model with touring package, the LS-L, listing at $28,000. By the end of its production run in 1997, the price had risen to $36,740 for the top-of-the-line LSi.
Despite its high price, sales in the United States were good; 5,280 cars for 1992 and 3,859 cars in 1993, although it is reported that Subaru intended to sell 10,000 SVXs each year. However, sales dropped significantly for the next few years before falling to just 640 units in 1997, at which point Subaru discontinued production.
Total sales of the SVX numbered 14,257 in the United States and a total of about 25,000 worldwide. 2,478 SVXs were sold in Europe (with 854 headed directly to Germany). Roughly 7,000 of all SVXs sold were right-hand drive models. (source: Otovaganza)
1969 Subaru R-2 DX emblem. (source: Subaru).
Classic Subaru logotype emblem.
Subaru Forester, LLbean edition.
Subaru H6 3.0 emblem (on front right side of grill).
Classic Subaru constellation logo emblem.