Began my automotive career in 1975 with Jaguar Cars in Coventry in the Vehicle Research department, and went on to develop the team that was responsible for the noise and vibration refinement of the all-new AJ6 engine and the XJ40 car - Jaguar’s first all-new vehicle in 30 years.
Subsequently spent significant time working in Far East and USA in technical and managerial consulting roles, mainly focused on vehicle and Powertrain NVH (Noise Vibration & Harshness) before diversifying into powertrain and other vehicle technologies, bringing me into contact with engineering teams for a wide range of mobility products.
Joining Tata Motors European Technical Centre in 2008, I spent 3 years based in Pune, India running the NVH team, later taking lead role as Programme Chief Engineer for several new vehicle projects delivered for Tata Motors based from the European Technical Centre at University of Warwick.
For the past 5 years, I have been supporting development of the company EV strategy for the Indian market. In the UK, I have led the development of several BEV technology demonstrators based on production Tata Motors passenger cars.