Campaign India Team
Jan 19, 2023

Rohit Suri exits Jaguar Land Rover India

Was president and managing director

Rohit Suri
Rohit Suri
Jaguar Land Rover India has announced that Rohit Suri is retiring from the company. Suri was president and managing director. 
He is currently serving his notice period and his last working day will be on 31 March 2023. 
Suri has been with the organisation for 14 years.  
He joined the Tata Group with Tata Motors as head of the premier car division and led the launch of Jaguar and Land Rover in India in 2009.
Martin Limpert, regional director, overseas, Jaguar Land Rover, said, "I want to thank Rohit for his leadership and outstanding contribution to the business over the last 14 years. He led from the front and played a key role in establishing Jaguar Land Rover in India with a strong focus on customer centricity and financial and brand strength.”
Suri said, “My time at Jaguar Land Rover has been filled with some of the most memorable and exciting challenges, as me and my team worked passionately to establish the two icons as the most sought-after and aspirational brands in India. I thank senior leadership at the Tata group and Jaguar Land Rover for reposing faith in me to lead such iconic automotive brands. As I step into a new phase of my life, I share my best wishes with the Jaguar Land Rover family for a very exciting, electrified road ahead.”
In a career spanning over 36 years, he has also worked with Concorde Motors India and Eicher International, among others. 
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