Norton Motorcycles appoints Brian Gillen as Chief Technology Officer

In his new role, Gillen will drive innovations and develop disruptive technologies for an exciting and expanding product portfolio for Norton Motorcycles.

Autocar Pro News Desk By Autocar Pro News Desk calendar 08 Feb 2024 Views icon5714 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp
Norton Motorcycles appoints Brian Gillen as Chief Technology Officer

Norton Motorcycles, a part of the TVS Motor Company Group, has announced the appointment of Brian Gillen as its Chief Technology Officer. Bringing a wealth of experience from his tenure at Magneti Marelli and, most recently, MV Agusta, where he served as R&D Director for over 15 years, Brian Gillen joins Norton with expertise in R&D leadership, engine and vehicle design, and World Championship motorcycle racing.

Expressing his enthusiasm for the role, Brian Gillen stated, "Joining the leadership team at Norton Motorcycles is a thrilling opportunity for me, especially as a long-time admirer of the iconic Norton brand. I eagerly anticipate collaborating with our talented team of engineers to pioneer cutting-edge, premium motorcycles, prioritizing quality in every aspect of our work."

Dr. Robert Hentschel, CEO of Norton Motorcycles, commented on Brian's appointment "His addition to our team reinforces our dedication to technological innovation and engineering excellence, which will undoubtedly be reflected in the world-class product range we are developing."

With Brian Gillen's appointment, Norton Motorcycles aims to continue delivering exceptional motorcycles while embracing advancements in technology and engineering prowess, the company shared. 

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