Rolls-Royce has introduced that Torsten Muller-Otvos will retire from his position as Chief Govt Officer on November 30, 2023. Chris Brownridge will take his place on the helm of the model.
Brownridge, who’s at the moment CEO of BMW UK, joined the corporate in 1995. Through the years, he has held numerous roles inside BMW. He was the gross sales director of BMW UK and the regional director of Mini for the UK and Eire.
“I’m each honored and humbled by my new appointment,” Brownridge mentioned. “To be invited to steer this nice British model, at such a pivotal second in its lengthy and noteworthy story, is a rare privilege. Rolls-Royce is without doubt one of the world’s most acknowledged, fascinating, and influential manufacturers, and I’m keenly conscious of the large affection and esteem wherein it’s held,” he added.
Torsten Muller-Otvos joined Rolls-Royce in 2010. He’s the longest-serving CEO of the model. Below his watch, the posh model grew from promoting 1,000 automobiles in 2009 to over 6,000 in 2022. In the present day, Rolls-Royce’s uber-luxurious vehicles are offered throughout 50 nations, with the Americas being the biggest market.
“Main Rolls-Royce for nearly 14 years has been the best privilege and pleasure of my skilled life,” Torsten commented. “To have grown the corporate and its world-class individuals to the place it’s in at present, on the pinnacle of the posh trade, has been a outstanding journey. I’m happy with the position my distinctive group and I’ve performed in contributing considerably to the UK economic system and to the worldwide recognition of Britain’s potential to provide the world’s greatest luxurious merchandise,” he added.