Greg Taylor is the new managing director of Stellantis brand Citroen UK, effective immediately. He reports to Paul Willcox, the managing director of Stellantis UK.
Taylor has spent his automotive career with brands that now form part of the Stellantis Group, commencing with Chrysler and Jeep in 2010 before rising to national sales manager for Fiat and Abarth in the U.K., then heading up Fiat and Abarth operations in Ireland from 2019 for two years.
In 2021, he became managing director of Fiat and Abarth in the U.K., before taking up his current post. Taylor replaces Eurig Druce who has been appointed the new Stellantis network operations director.
“This is a pivotal time to be joining Citroen UK as we move forward with our electrification journey and continue to be a bold and audacious brand that truly cares for people and the planet,” commented Taylor on his appointment.
“I look forward to building on the energy and drive that Eurig has created within the brand, and I want to wish him all the best in his new role”.
Citroen UK also announced the appointment of Clare White as as marketing director.
White previously held a variety of roles at Vauxhall since joining in 2012, including marketing and programs specialist, Network Q marketing manager, fleet communications manager and national brand manager – used vehicles, before being appointed head of marketing communications in February 2020. She replaces Nicola Dobson at Citroën UK.
In her new role, White will oversee the company’s electrification strategy to offer electric or plug-in hybrid variants across its entire model range by 2025.