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There’s set to be a change in leadership at Aston Martin… again.
Amedeo Felix, 78, is reportedly about to leave the British supercar maker after less than one year as the company’s CEO.
Automotive News EuropePeople familiar with the matter say that chairman Lawrence Stroll, who is currently on the hunt for replacements, has contacted several current and former leaders of other luxury automobile brands.
A spokesperson for Aston Martin reportedly declined comment.
Andy Palmer left his top job shortly after Lawrence Stroll was brought in to save Aston Martin in the year 2020.
Tobias Moers, the former Mercedes-AMG boss, took over and led the company for 2 years.
Rumours at the time suggested strategic differences led to Mr Moers’ departure. CAR MagazineReports said that Mr Stroll was interested in investing in a northern Italy hub, while Mr Stroll was looking to establish a German development base for his firm.
Amedeo Felix, the former Ferrari boss, then took over at Aston Martin. He brought experience gained while he was CEO of the Italian supercar maker between 2008 and 2016.
Roberto Fedeli, who had led the development of the LaFerrari Hypercar, was also appointed Chief Technical Officer.
Early 2020, Mr Stroll will take control of Aston Martin with the Yew Tree Consortium that he leads.
Since then, Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund (PIF) bought a large amount of shares in the British manufacturer, along with China’s Zhejiang Geely Holding Group and Lucid – an American electric vehicle manufacturer also supported by the PIF.
Following Mr Stroll’s acquisition of the BWT Racing Point Formula One team in 2018, the team rebranded to the Aston Martin Aramco Formula One Team – returning the British marque to Grand Prix for the first time since 1959.
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