Thierry Bollore, CEO of Jaguar Land Rover, has announced his departure.

Thierry Bollore, the CEO of Jaguar Land Rover, has left the firm for personal reasons, Tata Motors announced on Wednesday. Tata Motors’ wholly-owned subsidiary JLR was founded. On December 31, 2022, Bollore resigned owing to personal reasons. He was chosen to lead JLR as CEO in September 2020.

Bollore expressed his pride in what “we have accomplished together at Jaguar Land Rover over the last two years” in his resignation speech. According to him, the company is transforming and accelerating toward a profitable, sustainable future as a modern luxury business.

I am incredibly proud of everything that Jaguar Land Rover has accomplished in the last two years. The business is quickly evolving and expanding in the direction of a successful, sustainable future as a modern luxury firm. In addition to expressing gratitude to the entire staff for their hard work and enthusiasm, Bollore wished the organization’s future success.

Adrian Mardell will operate as CEO as of right now. He has worked for Jaguar Land Rover for 32 years and has been on the executive board for three years. For what he has managed at Jaguar Land Rover, Thierry merits commendation. The company is now well-positioned for the future thanks to the foundation for a successful transformation that has been put in place “Tata Motors, Jaguar Land Rover, and Tata Sons Chairman Chandrasekaran said.

In September 2020, Mr. Thierry Bollore was chosen to fill the position of Chief Executive Officer at Jaguar Land Rover. Mr. Bollore has more than 30 years of expertise in international industry, having begun his leadership career in 1990 as Shop Manager of Michelin’s Heavy Truck tyre production. After serving for 12 years with Michelin, he then accepted a position as Vice President, Asia, Exhaust Systems Product Group, based in China, at global automobile supplier Faurecia in 2005. Mr. Bollore joined Groupe Renault in 2012 following successful tenures in a range of top positions, including global vice president in charge of industry, quality, and purchasing for Faurecia Emissions Control Technologies (FECT).