Ford to use ultra-high-strength steel
Jan 30, 2013 | 06:48 PM
| Rodrigo Alonso
MONTERREY, Mexico Ford Motor Co. plans to manufacture its vehicles using ultra-high-strength steels or alternative materials such as carbon fiber by 2020 to reduce vehicle weight and cut fuel consumption.
In the automotive industry, were seeing the use of ultra-high-strength steels such as dual-phase as well as aluminum, carbon fiber and magnesium, Ford purchasing manager Leonardo Vaquero Negrete told delegates at AMMs 18th....
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