Maserati has appointed Julien Brunet as the new Managing director of the West Europe division. This is reported by the company through a press release. In his new role, Brunet will be responsible for Maserati’s operations in France, Monaco, Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands. He reports to Luca Delfino, who was appointed head of Maserati EMEA in September 2021. Until recently, Brunet worked in Modena, where he joined Maserati in 2017.
Brunet began his career at importer FCA France and then held various sales and marketing positions at Nissan Europe. For the past three years, Brunet has been responsible for Network Development at Maserati in the Europe, Middle East and Africa regions. In that role, his mission was to ensure the quality and profitability of a network of 144 sales and service points in 42 countries.
Maserati wants to be EV-only from 2030, or Folgore, as Maserati itself calls it. “By 2025, all our models will be available as Folgore versions. That moment marks a very important turning point for our brand, a new chapter in our rich history and unprecedented innovation opportunities in the Western European countries, which are among the most attractive for electric cars,” said Brunet.