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German EV manufacturer Next.e.GO Mobile has appointed Martin Klein as its new CEO.

With more than three decades of experience working for OEMs as well as component suppliers, Klein should bring a wealth of experience with him to the role.

Klein also spent more than 25 years with Daimler where he had held several executive positions in Germany and the US. 

“Next.e.GO’s disruptive Microfactories and unique product platform combined with an incredibly strong innovation culture offer a huge potential,” says Ali Vezvaei, Next.e.GO Mobile’s Chairman.

“Martin brings a wealth of execution experience to help the team accelerate progress and growth. I look forward to working with Martin and the leadership team as we embark upon the next chapter in Next.e.GO’s journey.”

Next.e.GO, which endured a troubled spell during the height of the coronavirus pandemic, has recently announced its intention to produce 30,000 vehicles from its new Bulgarian microfactory. 

“I’m delighted to join Next.e.GO at such an exciting time in the company’s history,” says Klein.

“I believe Next.e.GO is uniquely positioned to capitalize on the changing mobility environment, leveraging its innovative and cost effective technology. I look forward to working with Ali and the whole team in helping the company execute on its strategy.”

Klein replaces Ulrich Hermann as CEO, who has now stepped up to become a board member for the brand.

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