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Volvo Car Corporation appoints Thomas M. Müller as Vice President Electrical & Electronic Systems Engineering within Research & Development.

Apr 03, 2012 ID: 43195

Volvo Car Corporation appoints Thomas M. Müller as Vice President Electrical & Electronic Systems Engineering within Research & Development.

 

Volvo Car Corporation has appointed Thomas M. Müller as Vice President Electrical & Electronic Systems Engineering within Volvo Cars' Research & Development. He worked until recently as Director of Navigation and Connected Vehicle at BMW Group.

 

Thomas Müller has worked in a wide variety of roles at BMW Group such as Director for Business IT, Director of Strategy Electrics/Electronics processes and until recently as Director of Navigation and Connected Vehicle, lately focusing on the re-alignment of ConnectedDrive. During his education and career he has gained a very high global experience.

 

"It is with great pleasure that I welcome Thomas Müller to Volvo Cars. Connectivity and HMI are areas were we want to grow the most and be ahead of the competition and with Thomas extensive experience I am confident that we will succeed," says Peter Mertens, Senior Vice President, R&D, Volvo Car Corporation.

 

"I am very pleased with the opportunity to work at Volvo Cars. "It's exciting to contribute to the success of the fastest growing luxury brand on the market," says Thomas Müller.

 

Thomas Müller assumed his new position on April 1, 2012.

 

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