Ralph Gilles appointed Head of Design by Fiat Chrysler

Automotive Design 2 Apr 2015

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has announced that Ralph Gilles was named Head of Design and member of the FCA Group Executive Council (GEC), succeeding Lorenzo Ramaciotti.


Ralph Gilles currently leads the FCA North American Design Office as Senior Vice President, a position he was named to in June 2009.

Ralph GillesThe GEC is the highest management-level decision making body within the FCA organization and is led by the FCA Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

Gilles succeeds Lorenzo Ramaciotti, who is retiring after several years with the Company. Ramaciotti will continue to serve as a Special Advisor to the CEO.

Gilles holds a Master of Business Administration from Michigan State University and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Industrial Design from the College for Creative Studies in Detroit.

He joined the Company in 1992 and served as CEO – Motorsports; President and CEO – SRT Brand and CEO – Dodge Brand for FCA US in addition to his leadership role in Design.

The appointment is effective immediately.

“We extend our sincere appreciation to Lorenzo for his unwavering dedication, service, leadership and many contributions to the organization,” said Sergio Marchionne, Chief Executive Officer, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V.

(Source: FCA)

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