New: Automotive Aluminum Joining Manual

Free download: An essential reference for automotive designers and engineers as use of aluminum alloys in high-volume vehicles is expected to accelerate rapidly.

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New: Automotive Aluminum Joining Manual

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

Aluminum Superior in Losing Weight, Boosting MPG

A 2013 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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New Chevy Cruze Gets Bigger and Roomier With More Power

Collision Repair Magazine shares how Chevrolet enlisted the help of various materials, including aluminum to drop approximately 300 pounds from the company's new 2016 Cruze.

10 Most Important Cars of 2016

The Acura NSX, Cadillac CT6, Jaguar XE and the Mazda Miata were all recently featured on the New York Daily News' list of the "10 Most Important New Cars of 2016." Each vehicle used a substantial amount of aluminum to bolster their innovative lightweight, fuel-efficient designs.

Auto Aluminum's Future Bright According to Top Editors

Automotive reporters Scott Oldham and Jack Nerad explain in a Providence Journal article that the innovative use of aluminum in automotive design and manufacturing will continue to increase as automakers continue looking for sleeker, lighter-weight vehicles to increase fuel efficiency.

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