New 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

Meet the All-New Aluminum Bodied Ford F-150

"It [aluminum] will be the material of choice.” Alan Mulally, president and chief executive officer, Ford Motor Company

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Meet the All-New Aluminum Bodied Ford F-150

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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2015 North American Car & Truck of the Year Nominees

The short list of nominees for the 2015 North American Car and Truck of the Year has been announced. Amongst the 12 remaining contestants for truck or utility vehicle of the year is Ford’s aluminum-bodied F-150.

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Toyota Turns to Aluminum

Toyota Motor Corp. could be the next global automaker to shift from steel to aluminum in a high-volume vehicle.

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ATG Technical Chair on New Aluminum Applications

Today’s automakers need to balance the need for mass reduction without compromising safety, styling or size. As automakers expand their menu of materials, the focus on joining techniques and body structure architecture becomes that much more important.

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