Five short months after its
debut in India, Lexus India has announced a restructured organisation, to
position for further growth in the market. The new organisation, which now
stands independently from the broader Toyota presence in India, is to be known,
effective immediately, as Lexus India. In line with this change, a new,
strengthened leadership structure is also being established to drive the
brand’s growth strategy.
Lexus debuted in India in March 2017, with a
hybrid-focused line-up of vehicles featuring the ES300h and RX450h. The line-up
also included the LX450d. Since then Lexus has opened four guest experience
centres in Mumbai, Bengaluru, New Delhi and Gurgaon.
The new strengthened
leadership team is helmed by Akito Tachibana, Chairman, Lexus India. Akitoshi
Takemura in his role as President leads the Lexus India business. Arun Nair has
moved into the role of Vice President, overseeing Operations.
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