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    Reducing the Cost of Aluminum Car Doors with Tailor-Welded Blanks

    By Andrew Halonen, Mayflower Consulting LLC. In automotive engineering, material selection is not a static activity. A decision made on today’s model could be reversed on the next one. This can be good or bad depending on one’s perspective. Materials manufacturers are continually innovating and bringing robust solutions to the market, providing vehicle OEMs with […]

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    Alumobility Demonstrates the Value of Aluminum in Commercial Vehicles

    Alumobility is a global organization that fosters collaboration between leading aluminum companies and downstream enabling-technology partners that are committed to driving value for automakers and consumers. The organization works to support the implementation of aluminum in vehicles through technical studies and thought leadership. Recently, the organization presented a Last-Mile Delivery Vehicle (LMDV) concept during EuroCarBody’s […]

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    Alumobility to Present Aluminum Vehicle Body at EuroCarBody

    Alumobility will present the results of its recent technical case study, Superior Economic and Sustainability Performance of an Aluminum Vehicle Body, EuroCarBody’s 24th Global Car Body Benchmarking Conference, which will be held October 18-20 in Bad Nauheim, Germany. Organized by the Automotive Circle, the Global Car Body Benchmarking Conference will bring together car body engineers […]

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    Aluminum Top Hat Provides Automakers a Lighter, Sustainable Alternative

    Alumobility released the results of its newest study, which demonstrates that an aluminum automotive top hat can offer significant weight savings compared to steel, while meeting or exceeding automakers’ performance criteria. Furthermore, automakers can utilize a range of aluminum alloys for the top hat (the upper structure of a vehicle’s body-in-white).  Introduced at Automotive Circle’s […]

  • Automotive Innovation - The Jaguar I-Pace is a fully electric model, which utilizes aluminum sheet from Novelis in its body and battery structures.

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    Alumobility Drives Automotive Innovation

    By Andrea Svendsen, Managing Editor. Alumobility is a new non-profit organization recently launched by Novelis and Constellium in January 2021. Acting as a global ecosystem, the organization fosters collaboration between leading aluminum manufacturers and downstream technology partners, with input from vehicle OEMs, in order to advance the adoption of aluminum body sheet in the automotive […]

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    Constellium and Novelis Launch Alumobility to Drive Innovation for Automotive Body Sheet

    Constellium and Novelis are launching Alumobility, a non-profit organization focused on providing innovative implementation-ready solutions to advance the adoption of aluminum automotive body sheet. Through collaborative technical projects and thought leadership, as well as working in partnership with global automotive manufacturers, Alumobility will help further develop smarter, lighter, safer, and more sustainable vehicles. “Alumobility is […]