Maserati, which aims to increase sales tenfold in the next five years, has consolidated two key jobs in Europe and given them to Giulio Pastore, who has spent the last decade rising in the ranks at the supercar's parent, Fiat Group.
Pastore this week was named general manager of Maserati's operations in central-northern Europe, which includes the UK, Germany, France and Spain. He succeeds Thomas Hajek, who has left the company at his own request, a spokesman told Automotive News Europe.
Pastore, 39, has been leading Maserati's business in central-southern Europe since 2009, according to a company statement. Prior to that he was Maserati's general manager for Italy.