Tag: patent

Chevrolet Trademarks “Cheyenne” In U.S., Could Maverick Fighter Be Coming?

Chevrolet stoked speculation about a new entry into its pickup family this week with the publication of a trademark application for the name “Cheyenne.” The historic name dates back to 1971 when it became a trim level for Chevrolet’s second-generation C/K pickup truck, the predecessor to today’s Silverado. Fun fact, the name actually predates Silverado, […]

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Mercedes Files Trademark For “E73,” Could It Mean A PHEV AMG E-Class?

A new trademark filed with the US Patent and Trademark Office for the name “E 73” suggests that Mercedes is contemplating the creation of a potent addition to the E Class lineup. The name was first noticed by CarBuzz and seems to follow AMG’s naming conventions. While the details in the trademark are limited, it […]

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Ford Files To Trademark “Flexbed”, Does It Refer To Its Pickup Trucks?

Ford filed a trademark with the United States Patent and Trademark Office for the name “Flexbed”. Unfortunately, there aren’t many details, but the application does state that it will be for a “customizable and organizational system for cargo area of vehicles.” Carbuzz, which discovered the application, suggests that it might not be Ford’s answer to […]

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A Lot Of Electrification In Genesis’ Future, Trademarks Suggest

Trademarks filed with the US Patent and Trademark Office suggest that Genesis is looking to electrify the majority of its lineup. The brand was on a spree filing trademark applications for the eG70, eGV70, eG80, eGV80, eG90, and eGV90. The familiarity of the names implies that if used (you never know, they might just be […]

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Ford Trademarks Its Classic Thunderbird Name – Is It For A Future EV?

Ford has applied for a trademark on the Thunderbird name, which has previously been used by the company and could hint at a future return of the nameplate. The trademark was filed with the United States Patent and Trademark Office on January 13, 2021 and would be applied to “motor vehicles, namely concept motor vehicles; […]

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