BERLIN (Reuters) - Luxury British carmaker Bentley Motors' chief executive Wolfgang Duerheimer is to be replaced by Adrian Hallmark, currently head of strategy at British rival Jaguar Land Rover <TAMO.NS>, Germany's Manager Magazin said on Friday.
The departure of Duerheimer, a former top manager at Bentley's parent Audi <NSUG.DE> and at Porsche, Volkswagen's <VOWG_p.DE> premium car divisions, is one of a number of management changes at the British brand, according to the magazine.
Officials at VW's Wolfsburg-based headquarters and Bentley declined to comment.
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Duerheimer, who was also CEO of Bugatti, part of the VW stable and the maker of the world's fastest production car, had expressed a desire to quit his posts to VW's top management, the monthly publication said.
(Reporting by Andreas Cremer; Editing by Greg Mahlich)