Rolls-Royce names Giles Taylor as its design director effective July 1, succeeding Ian Cameron, who retires from the role he has held since 1999. Taylor, 44, has spent 10 years as an executive designer in the U.K. auto industry, acting as head of design for two model series at Jaguar. He joined the Rolls-Royce design team in April 2011 as head of exterior design. Cameron joined BMW in 1992 and held leading design roles for several models, including the 3-Series range, Z8 and Range ...

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