The concept for the Basecamp debuted at the 2019 New York Auto Show.Volkswagen submitted an application to trademark the Basecamp name in the United States on November 25. Carbuzz first found the filing.
In early December, Toyota applied for the trademark 4Active with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Now we’re left scratching our heads at what vehicle the Japanese brand will apply the name to. Is the 4Active a concept or production-bound vehicle? Or is it neither, and Toyota simply applied for the trademark to cover its own behind and get a hold on a name that it may want to use at some point in the future.
A new trademark filing in the United States for Lexus LX600 hints at a future update for the brand’s range-topping SUV. The United States Patent and Trademark Office shows that the application is still processing.
First discovered by Autoguide, Toyota on October 10 filed to protect the LX 600 name with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Such a name hints at a new model to either join or replace the existing LX 570 at Lexus.
Word Mark LX600 Goods and Services IC 012. US 019 021 023 031 035 044. G & S: automobiles and structural parts thereof Standard Characters Claimed Serial Number 88649672 Filing Date October 10, 2019 Owner (APPLICANT) TOYOTA JIDOSHA KABUSHIKI KAISHA TA TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION CORPORATION JAPAN 1, Toyota-cho, Toyota-shi Aichi-ken JAPAN 471-8571
A fresh report out says Mercedes-Benz has filed with the European Union Intellectual Property Office to trademark various versions of a new “O-Class” badge. According to AutoGuide.com, the Stuttgart-based firm filed the applications under the classification for “motor vehicles and motor vehicle engines” on 4 February.
A business has launched a legal claim against Bentley Motors over the ownership of a clothing trademark. Brandlogic, owner of Manchester-based Bentley 1962 clothing, is seeking an injunction to stop the car firm using the name Bentley on UK clothing.It claimed in the High Court the car manufacturer had “badly damaged its business”.
Ford has been teasing its upcoming performance electric crossover using a familiar name as a placeholder. With inspiration taken from the company’s Mustang sports car, the sporty EV had been using the Mach 1 moniker for the time being. Now, we have a clue as to what the vehicle might actually be called, as Ford has filed trademark applications for both “Mach E” and “Mach-E” with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).