JLR named company veteran Adrian Mardell as CEO, confirming the role he has held on an interim basis.
Mardell's appointment is for a three-year term, JLR said.
Mardell, an accountant, has worked for JLR for more than 30 years in financial roles. He became chief financial officer in 2019.
He was appointed interim CEO in November 2022 when Thierry Bollore left the automaker, citing personal reasons for his departure.
Mardell's appointment was announced Thursday, a day after JLR parent Tata Motors said it will open an electric vehicle battery plant in the U.K. to supply JLR's future battery-electric models, with the potential to also supply other automakers.
JLR also confirmed that acting finance chief Richard Molyneux will take the role on a permanent basis.