Hemos creado este icono en estilo iOS , introducido en iOS versión 7 y compatible con todas las versiones posteriores hasta la fecha (al menos iOS 11). Este estilo se basa en líneas delgadas de dos píxeles y está optimizado para 50x50 px. A diferencia de otros paquetes de iconos planos que tienen apenas unos cientos de iconos, este contiene 12,900 iconos, todos en el mismo estilo y calidad.
Hemos recibido la idea el October 19, 2011 y creó los iconos el November 16, 2011
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Buying a car costs too much money, auto insurance, maintenance and repair, inspections, attempted insurance fraud, you name it. Printing one out or sending one digitally costs a lot less and it helps feed an expensive ego with a cheap alternative.
By now, we should be driving flying cars, right? At least that’s what was promised to us by Back to the Future. Even past 2015, we literally can only imagine the miracles that a flying car can do to our struggles with horrendous traffic. Sadly, the universe seems to be conspiring against us and we are still stuck with our run-of-the-mill, non-flying dumb cars.
It’s a well-known fact that the first cars ran on steam, which only failed multiple times eventually due to various forms of the steam’s inefficiency. Gasoline-powered vehicles graced our roads by the latter years of 1800s, and ultimately overtook the popularity of gasoline cars, which were far more convenient and more powerful than its predecessors.
The standard automobile icon widely used today looks nothing like the early forms of cars. The car icon is commonly in the form of a sedan-type automobile, which seats four or more people and has either two or four doors. Another familiar icon for cars is the automobile in its front view.
With the diversity of cars filling up roads and highways, there are also other types of cars you can use as icons:
Other kinds of transport vehicle symbols you can select freely from are:
F1 Race car
Тake a spin with whichever fake car that strikes your fancy.