Bangladesh Car Brands

Bangladesh Car Brands

Bangladesh is not the largest automobile manufacturing country in the South Asian region. It has neither a developed industry, active producers, or individual technologies. The maximum that is in demand by the local population is compact cars that consume little fuel, allowing you to travel short distances. But there are still own car companies in this country. And we will consider them in our list, grouped by the level of complexity of the logo. Some do not have it, but we considered companies’ emblems, which include trademarks.

Agate Group

Agate Group Logo

This automotive business operates throughout Eurasia, so the Agate logo is familiar to local consumers. The peculiarity of the company is that it does not produce its cars, but sells cars of other manufacturers, repairs them, completes and provides after-sales services. In addition, the company provides technical service for the re-equipment of cars with the replacement of parts. However, she has her emblem. It is complex, consisting of the original name, made in capital letters of a geometric shape. The font is bold, chopped, and strict. The non-standard “A” adds to its uniqueness, in which the central crossbar is located not horizontally but diagonally. The graphic element is in the form of a 3-sided box-like frame with two stars inside. Each of them has four beams. The logo is made in black and white.


Sobari Logo

The Sobari logo adorns the Bangladeshi company’s car. It was introduced in 2014 at the same time as the launch of the compact van, which was the first passenger car in the region. Demand is high because local consumers appreciate the simplicity and affordability of vehicles. Although the brand belongs to India’s industrial giant Tata Motors, it has its own visual identity. It emphasizes the ownership of the car brand, as it depicts a capital letter “T,” stylized as a double road. The emblem has two curved stripes resembling a boomerang. They are black, wide, and directed in different directions. The outer and inner corners are rounded, and the ends of the lines are connected to an oval frame. The logo’s color is monochrome since the black elements are located on a white background.


The Mishuk trademark does not have a logo because it belongs to the Chinese company Lilong. It is her symbolism that adorns the products of the Bangladeshi manufacturer. Its product range mainly comprises three-wheeled motorcycles for transporting passengers – electric rickshaws. They are in great demand among the population and are manufactured according to individual technologies at a factory in Bangladesh. These are the most affordable electric vehicles widely used in this part of the world. Their inventor is Gustave Trouve, who first introduced this mode of transport to the world in 1881. The company produces it in various modifications and in large quantities, as auto-rickshaws are shipped to India. They feature the Lilong logo in blue and red. It consists of a single inscription, in which the second “L” is turned sideways and stylized as a seat. All letters in the inscription are mostly capital, bold, and without serifs. The dot above the “i” is colored red, as is the “O” next to it.