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The Alfa Romeo origin dates back to 1920 in Milan, so the Alfa Romeo symbol is representative of its origin. In fact, the Alfa Romeo logos’ lineage can be traced back to the medieval times in Italy! If you take a closer look into the Alfa Romeo logo, you’ll see a giant snake with a crown on top…eating a man. Like we said, the Alfa Romeo symbol is quite memorable to Dayton drivers. So, what does the Alfa Romeo badge mean? Explore the history with Alfa Romeo of Dayton in Xenia, then visit our car buying tips.
Many Bellbrook drivers know that the Alfa Romeo logo has remained the same since 1910. The Alfa Romeo logo is divided into two vertical halves, the designers want to represent two very traditional yet symbolic pieces of Milan. On the left side of the Alfa Romeo symbol is the cross of the municipality and on the right is the Visconti serpent. But, what does the Alfa Romeo badge mean? The Visconti serpent represents the heraldic symbol of Milan’s Visconti family, but the true meaning remains mysterious.
Besides a few differences in wording or typeface over time, the Alfa Romeo symbol has been consistent for years. Learn more about the Alfa Romeo warranty, available models, and other legacy features in more detail when you visit Alfa Romeo of Dayton.