NHTSA has confirmed that the cat icon on the rear of the car is not a cat, but a logo for a UK car manufacturer.
The logo is printed on the back of the hood and appears to be made up of a square-shaped dot with a cross inside it.
However, the NHTAS said that it does not appear to be part of the logo, nor is it part of any design, and that it is an “internal design”.
This means it is not intended for the public.
However it does raise the question of whether the cat design is part of a wider marketing campaign, or simply a nod to the manufacturer, as was the case with the logo for BMW.
The NHTAs decision comes just weeks after NHTA revealed that the UK car industry is one of the most competitive in the world, with Nissan having the highest sales and car sales per capita.
The car industry in the UK is also home to a number of high-profile brands including Jaguar, Renault, Porsche and Volkswagen.