AUTOMOTIVE NEWS EUROPE EUROSTARS
The executives who are this year’s Eurostars have stood out from their rivals by exceeding expectations in a year marked by continuing supply issues, high energy prices and logistics difficulties, even as demand returned.
Renault Group CEO Luca de Meo, who has led the automaker's turnaround since 2020, has now gone further with a comprehensive reimagining of Renault's business -- the "revolution" phase of his three-part Renaulution plan. Among the highlights: A spin-off of electric vehicle activities into a company called Ampere with investment from Nissan and Qualcomm and a planned public listing; and Horse, a new entity with Geely and Aramco that will focus on development and production of internal combustion engines. At the same time, Renault achieved its financial targets years ahead of schedule.
The other 14 Eurostars chosen by the editors of Automotive News Europe have achieved equally impressive results in a tumultuous year.
Automotive News Europe and Capgemini Invent are proud to honor the 2023 winners.
Car Division CEO
European Operations Head
General Manager, Ford Model e Europe
Sales and Marketing
Chief Sales and Marketing Officer
Board Member for Production and Logistics
VP, Sustainability and Corporate Affairs
Toyota Motor Europe
Diversity, equity and inclusion
Board Member for People and Real Estate; Labor Relations Director
Chief Technology Officer
Board Member for Development and Procurement; CTO
Design Multiple Models
President and Chief Creative Officer
Design Individual Model
Senior Vice President Connected Company Development