Explore the Most Beautiful Horizons
Viewed from afar, the sky and the earth meet on the seemingly distant horizon, attracting dreamers to explore new directions.
The NIO brand means "a new day". It's a symbol of our vision for a brighter tomorrow filled with blue skies, as well as a sign of our commitment to positive change.
The NIO logo is inspired by the horizon, and it represents 'Blue Sky Coming'. The top half is about the sky, openness, our vision, the future. The bottom half is about the earth, direction, action and forward momentum. The top and bottom halves converge on the horizon.
With the vision for a brighter tomorrow and for blue skies, on Earth Day 2021, NIO and National Geographic announced an initiative to collect the most beautiful horizon photography from our user community. Among the 2,575 submitted works submitted by 314 users, the National Geographic Jury selected 10 of the most beautiful.
In May, the 10 NIO users, responsible for creating these works and Mr. Yang Chang, the National Geographic Extreme China Adventurer, embarked on an adventure to find the most beautiful horizon, and together captured the moment of the horizon on Mount Gongga (Minya Konka) in Sichuan province.
In the end, the jury also selected 20 photographs taken by NIO users during this trip. These 20 photographs were awarded the National Geographic Watermark, and published through the National Geographic China website.
NIO once again is proud to join hands with these 10 NIO users to bring their most beautiful horizon photographs to the "2021 Jimei x Arles International Photo Festival".
We welcome everyone to enjoy the view of the most beautiful horizons as captured through the lens of our creative and talented NIO users.
Horizon Explorer / Exclusive Automotive Partner：NIO
Xin Tian@零速度, Forward Together, 2021, Sidingcuo, Sichuan, China, Courtesy of NIO and National Geographic Chinese Editions.
Jianhui Gao@高师, The Galaxy Over Honghaizi, 2021, Honghaizi, Sichuan, China, Courtesy of NIO and National Geographic Chinese Editions.
Frank Fang@rwandanm, Morning of Yala, 2021, Sidingcuo, Sichuan, China, Courtesy of NIO and National Geographic Chinese Editions.