In 1984 he signed on as a trainee at British Leyland: At the end of the year, Nick Rogers, Executive Director Product Engineering at Jaguar Land Rover, is leaving the British automaker after almost four decades. Rogers has headed the Engineering and Research department at JLR since 2015, having previously held other management positions at JLR, BMW and Rover.
At Linkedin, the 53-year-old wrote: “It’s been an honor to work with a team of incredible people to develop some of the most desirable vehicles in the world.” According to JLR, after he leaves, Rogers will move to new roles outside of the automotive industry. Details about a possible new employer are not available. His successor will be presented in the coming weeks. (mer)
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