BMW India CEO Rudratej Singh passed away on Monday morning after a cardiac arrest.
Last month when Rudratej Singh, CEO, and President of BMW India group revealed the 2020 BMW X1 facelift, it took the road of traction and curiosity. It now comes as a shock to the automobile industry as we get to know the sudden demise of Singh aged at 46.
Rudratej previously worked with Royal Enfield and was the mind behind pulling RE out of declining sales graph. Rudratej switched to a much affordable and reliable approach with Royal Enfield and made it the best-selling motorcycle in India. Singh is also credited with resurrecting the British twin culture inside the Royal Enfield fraternity.
As per BMW India, this sudden crisis arrived when they decided to expand the dealership network throughout India.
Mr. Singh had prior experience in both automotive and other industries as well. He had worked with Hindustan Unilever India prior to joining Royal Enfield. Mr. Singh graduated with an MBA degree in Marketing and Finance from the Institute of Management Technology, Ghaziabad.
We at SprintWheelz extend our deepest condolences to Mr. Rudratej Singh’s family.