What does the logo of Citroën symbolize?

Spruce, typical for the Vosges
Chevron-shaped gear
Upwards pointing arrow - strive for perfection
Chevrons referring to the military connections of the company
The origin of the logo may be traced back to a trip made by the 22-year-old André Citroën to Łódź city, Poland, where he discovered an innovative design for a chevron-shaped gear used in milling. He bought the patent for its application in steel and started his company which initially produced gears.
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Spruce, typical for the Vosges
Chevron-shaped gear
Upwards pointing arrow - strive for perfection
Chevrons referring to the military connections of the company
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22%
11%
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flagthe United States
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59%
28%
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flagGreece
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42%
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flagthe United Kingdom
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40%
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flagPoland
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flagIndia
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