Every aluminum-bodied vehicle crash tested by federal regulators earned a 5-star safety rating.
Size—not weight—is the more influential safety determinant
because bigger vehicles provide occupants more crush space in a crash.
Automakers will continue to increase the adoption
of aluminum in new car and truck construction
at a faster pace than any time in history.
Automotive Aluminum Recycling Rate
Higher Than 90 percent, New Study Confirms.
Automotive aluminum offers the smallest total
carbon footprint among competing materials.
Technical webinar, in partnership with WardsAuto, to detail new research from Ducker Worldwide forecasting growth surge for aluminum vehicle content.
Essential reference manual details range
of available production processes for
joining aluminum in automotive applications.
A new paper from the Aluminum Association examines a painted aluminum hood sample taken from a vehicle, types of corrosion and their cause. Read this report to learn preventative measures for corrosion through durability tests and read more from Repairer Driven News for lessons for OEMs and repair shops.
Last month, Ford experienced their best May sales performance since 2000 thanks to its trucks line. The aluminum-bodied F-150 is the best-selling vehicle in America, and a leader in safety, performance, efficiency and durability. The Drive details positive sales numbers on these aluminum-intensive vehicles.