NAIAS | Ford's Aluminum Bodied
F-150 Wins Top Honor

Announced at the 2015 North American International Auto Show, Ford's aluminum bodied F-150 wins North American Truck/Utility of the Year.

NAIAS | Ford's Aluminum Bodied F-150 Wins Top Honor

Study: Accelerating Aluminum Growth

By 2025, more than 75% of pickup trucks, and 20% of SUVs and large sedans produced in North America will be aluminum-bodied.

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Accelerating Aluminum

Military Grade Aluminum Proves Its Mettle

The U.S. military trusts aluminum’s durability to protect our troops as they navigate the most unforgiving environments – consumers can expect the same in their cars, SUVs and pickups.

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Military Grade Aluminum Proves Its Mettle

The Next Frontier: 
Auto Body Frames

Aluminum body and structural components in mass-market vehicles will lead content growth.

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The Next Frontier:  Auto Body Frames

Aluminum Superior in Losing Weight, Boosting MPG

A new study shows that an all-aluminum vehicle can shed more than 40% body mass & boost fuel economy by 18% when combined with other design changes.

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Aluminum Superior in losing weight, boosting MPG

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Bed Meets Rock | 2015 F-150

In the third of four “You Test” videos from Ford, bed meets rock and aluminum comes out on top. John Swanson, a stonemason with Pete Wilson Stone Works in Oregon, challenged the 2015 F-150 to see if the truck’s aluminum bed could handle four months of his rock pick up runs in one day.

F-150 Named Truck of Texas

The Aluminum in Transportation Group would like to congratulate the 2015 Ford F-150 for being named the "Truck of Texas" at the 2014 Texas Auto Writer's Assn. Truck Rodeo.

2015 F-150 "All Around Cowboy" in Montana

In the second of four You Test” videos from Ford, 4th-gen cattle rancher, John Marrinan, put the aluminum-intensive 2015 F-150 to the test by hauling the truck's max towing capacity on Montana's rural 6 percent grade roads.

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