Meet the 2017 ANE Eurostars
The executives chosen as 2017 Eurostars have outperformed the competition by exceeding expectations.
PSA Group CEO Carlos Tavares has made the boldest move of the year with his takeover of Opel/Vauxhall, making the French-German pairing Europe's second-largest automaker.
Seat President Luca de Meo has ended the Spanish brand's long financial losing streak and has the Volkswagen Group subsidiary poised to remain profitable. Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer also turned a chronic money loser into a winner. Volvo design boss Thomas Ingenlath's work on the XC90 and XC60 SUVs helped to propel the Swedish automaker, which is on track for a fourth year of record vehicle sales. The other 12 Eurostars, who were chosen by the editors of Automotive News Europe, have achieved equally impressive results.
Automotive News Europe and PwC will honor the winners at an awards dinner in Frankfurt.