Lyft Updates Pink Mustache Branding

Lyft is now using a pink "glowstache." Photo courtesy of Lyft.
Lyft is now using a pink "glowstache." Photo courtesy of Lyft.

For 2015, ride-sharing Lyft has updated its look with a new pink “glowstache.”

Getting rid of the flurry pink mustache, the glowstache “pays tribute to the spirit and personality of the original ‘stache while delivering a more sophisticated, illuminated in-car experience,” according to the Lyft website.

Instead of putting the flurry pink mustaches on the front of their cars, Lyft drivers can now place the pink glowstache on their dashboard.

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  1. ABRAHAM [ February 11, 2015 @ 11:03AM ]


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