That is very stylish. Down in Seattle, back in the late '70s or early '80s, King County's transit system (Metro Transit) decided to replace aging single-chassis buses with articulated units built by MAN. Those buses had their wheels run off them for nearly 20 years (including electric trolley buses) because they were so sturdily-built. Point of order: back in those days, the company did not use periods after each letter in the abbreviation, but they did use two stylish diamonds between the three letters on the first batch of buses delivered. Subsequent batches, IIRC, did not have those diamonds in the logo.