Ralph Speth is stepping down as chief executive at Jaguar Land Rover, it was announced today.
He will leave in September.
In a statement announcing he is stepping down as chief executive of Jaguar Land Rover, Sir Ralf Speth, said: “I feel very honoured to have worked with so many dedicated and creative people, both inside and outside of JLR.
“We have elevated Jaguar and Land Rover.
Sir Ralf will remain as non-executive vice chairman at JLR and will remain on the board of ultimate parent company Tata Sons.
The company has set up a search committee to find Sir Ralf’s successor.