Rawdon Glover has been appointed as Jaguar’s new Chief Executive Officer ahead of the relaunch of the JLR Group brand in 2025. He succeeds Philip Koehn, who since 2019 – after his experience at Rolls-Royce – had led the Jaguar team since the beginning of the so-called Panthera project.
Glover has been with Jaguar Land Rover for almost a decade and was the managing director of JLR in the UK as of 2018. He will be succeeded in this position on an interim basis by Patrick McGillycuddy.
After an experience in the world of entertainment (Disney and Cmelot Group) Glover joined the Volkswgen Group in 1999, first as head of marketing for Audi UK and then as head of operations for Seat UK.
In 2003 he moved to the Volkswagen brand with the same role for Great Britain and in 2007 he joined the VW Group with responsibility for the UK and the United States. In 2013 Glover joined JLR with global responsibility for customer service.
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