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Lamborghini chairman and CEO Stephan Winkelmann joined Yahoo Finance to talk about the company's 2021 performance, outlook for next year, and its upcoming electrification efforts.
Gregor will depart as finance chief and executive director no later than June 30, 2022, and the board has initiated a process to appoint a replacement, the British company said. After a more than two-decade stint at Jaguar Land Rover, Gregor was recruited in mid-2020 soon after Mercedes' Tobias Moers was appointed as chief executive to help the more than century-old Aston Martin navigate a slump in sales due the coronavirus outbreak.
You can save your prized Aston Martin DB6, Porsche 911 or Mustang from the museum of combustion engine history. That's the message from a growing cohort of European and American startups seeking to carve out roles in the auto transition by converting the roaring dinosaurs of the fossil-fuel age into clean electric vehicles (EVs). At the high end, companies like Britain's Lunaz sell a "remanufactured" Aston Martin DB6 for 1 million pounds ($1.3 million), or Dutch firm Voitures Extravert, which sells a reengineered 1960s Porsche 911 for 300,000 euros ($337,000).