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GM Appoints Mark Reuss As Company President - Quick Facts

General Motors Co. (GM) said Thursday that it has appointed Mark Reuss as company president, effective immediately. Reuss currently leads the Global Product Group and Cadillac and will now assume responsibility for the Quality organization.

GM noted that Reuss added responsibilities for Cadillac and global portfolio planning in June 2018. Since then, he has been building an integrated product development and Cadillac organization to support an accelerated product and technology launch cadence and the brand's global growth plans. Cadillac will be introducing a new vehicle every six months through 2021.

According to GM, Reuss has also been leading the transformation of the company's global product development workforce and processes to drive world-class levels of engineering in advanced technologies and improve quality as well as speed to market. He is doubling the resources allocated to electric and autonomous vehicle programs in the next two years.

"Mark's global operational experience, deep product knowledge and strong leadership will serve us well as we continue to strengthen our current business, take advantage of growth opportunities and further define the future of personal mobility. Mark has played a critical role in leading the development of the company's award-winning vehicles while transitioning his team to prepare for growing electrification and autonomous technologies," said GM Chairman and CEO Mary Barra.

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