Guy Pigounakis has been appointed fleet director at Hyundai, replacing Martin Wilson who has taken Piguonakis's previous role of sales director.
Hyundai's UK sales last year grew 7.5% to 88,257 - the highest total in the manufacturer's 33 years of vehicle sales in the UK. Its fleet sales grew 10.7%, while retail sales increased by 4%.
"After a hugely successful year for Hyundai Motor UK Ltd in 2015, we are now entering the next phase of development moving towards our 2020 target of more than 100,000 sales and a 5% market share," said a spokesman.
"We have a host of all-new products which will take us into new segments of the market in that time.
"In preparation, we have completed a senior level reorganisation in the sales division, with specific focus on three key areas for future business growth."
The changes in full are:
- Martin Wilson, currently fleet director, has been appointed to the role of sales director - reporting directly to the president and CEO Tony Whitehorn. His responsibilities will include sales operations, sales and market planning and Tilbury Import Centre.
- Guy Pigounakis, currently sales director, has been appointed to the role of fleet director - reporting directly to Whitehorn. Pigounakis's sales experience will be focused on the continued development of Hyundai Motor UK's fleet operations - maximising the company's presence across all sales channels.
- Paul Wills, currently dealer development director, will continue in the role which will now report directly to Whitehorn.
These changes will be effective immediately.