Fiat says Alfa boss Kalbfell takes over at Maserati


MILAN, Feb 21 (Reuters) - Karl-Heinz Kalbfell, the CEO of Fiat's Alfa Romeo brand, will take over at the head of its sporty Maserati marque, replacing Martin Leach who has left the company, Fiat said in a statement on Monday. Last week, Fiat split Maserati out of its racing car unit Ferrari and said it would work more closely with Alfa Romeo in the future, while still keeping technological and commercial ties with Ferrari. Media said Leach was unhappy with that decision and had decided ...

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