By Meeting New Standards, New Car Technology Is Developed

December 7, 2012 by  
Filed under Car Safety

Multiple new types of materials have been developed in order to allow car makers to manufacture new vehicles that meet federal safety and efficiency requirements.

According to several news agencies, new super plastics have been used in the producing of hybrid vehicles to make cars that are safer and much more resistant than others. Reports show that with the shift in fuel efficiency standards, the auto industry started to use carbon-fiber composites more often in order to manufacture vehicles with tough, yet light structures.

According to recent articles, some of these superplastics are being fortified with steel cord, which should make these vehicles even more resistant without compromising fuel economy.

For the full review of this new material and how it’s revolutionizing the way automakers produce their vehicles, click here for the full article.


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