Jerome Guillen, a top executive at Tesla, has left the company, according to an SEC filing.
Guillen’s last day was June 3. He has spent the past three months as president of the Heavy Duty Trucking division.
Prior to that, he had important roles across the business. He ran the company’s entire vehicles business as president of Automotive, vice president of Trucks, and vice president of Worldwide Sales and Service. He has been reporting directly to Chief Executive Elon Musk since 2010.
“We thank him for his many contributions and wish him well in his future career,” the company said in the filing.
It’s not clear if a replacement has been named to run the Tesla Semi efforts. The company intends to deliver the first trucks this year.
Guillen has not commented on his future plans.
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