We are in a multi-material world where no single material dominates the automobile. Aluminum is the rising material of choice, offering the fastest, safest, most environmentally friendly and cost-effective way to boost fuel economy and cut total carbon emissions. This series covers how aluminum makes vehicles safer, stronger, more fuel efficient, and reduces the carbon footprint.
Aluminum is found on the most innovative cars on the road; aluminum drives performance, sustainability, safety and value today and into the future.
Survey Reveals Aluminum Remains Fastest Growing Automotive Material, Emerging as a Preferred Metal for Electric Vehicles
Multi-material vehicle construction, onslaught of electrified powertrains and battery electric vehicle platforms drive aluminum’s increased market penetration
Growing Use of Automotive Aluminum Sheet Delivers Environmental and Economic Advantages, New Report Details
Recyclers, automakers and environment benefit from aluminum’s sustainable properties
Electric Grid Modernization, Clean Energy Transition, Transportation Investment Vital; More Needed on Recycling
By 2030, aluminum content in North American light duty vehicles will celebrate 55 years of uninterrupted demand growth.
Greater aluminum use enables Ford’s trucks to go farther on a gallon of gasoline (or a single charge) without compromising efficiency, value or performance.