According to the company, Müller will be responsible for the technical development of all new Jaguar and Land Rovers, including both hardware and software.
He has more than 20 years’ experience in the automotive industry with a focus on chassis, ADAS and autonomous driving.. Most recently, Müller was executive vice president for research and development at Volkswagen Group’s automotive software subsidiary, CARIAD.
“By fully implementing agile principles, automating engineering processes and applying innovative product development methods, we will bring to life a new generation of electrified Jaguar and Land Rover models,” said Müller.
He succeeds Nick Rogers, who decided to leave Jaguar Land Rover in December 2021, the company said.