Over the next decade, automakers will adopt high-strength, low weight aluminum alloys in vehicle design at a faster pace than any time in history. What does this mean for automakers and consumers? How will potential changes to 2025 fuel economy regulations impact next generation cars and trucks? New research from Ducker Worldwide detailing expected growth for aluminum vehicle content will answer these questions and more, including the reasons aluminum is chosen over competing materials for doors, hoods and trunk lids, body-in-white, bumpers and crash boxes.
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The Aluminum Transportation Group (ATG) promotes research and programs that highlight the positive efficiency, safety, durability, vehicle performance and environmental benefits of the aluminum, as well as its increasing growth in transportation applications.