FROM STARS TO CARS

 

The element that helped shape the planet can help save it.  Watch this video and get the Kindle book to find out how.

NATURE’S WAY TO MOBILITY

 

FutureSteelVehicle takes green vehicles to a whole new level.  A light weight Advanced High-Strength Steel body structure combined with electrified powertrains reduces total life cycle greenhouse gas emissions by up to 70%, without blowing the budget.  A complete set of engineering reports tells how.

Why Use LCA?

This brief animation gives a simple explanation about what life cycle assessment is and why it’s important for measuring vehicle carbon footprint.

RETHINK EMISSIONS

 

We believe that the only way to truly low emissions vehicles is to evaluate emissions over the entire life cycle—a life cycle assessment.  Measuring only tailpipe emissions will eventually leave half of vehicle emissions unaccounted for and unregulated.  LCA is the best way to a smaller vehicle carbon footprint.  Learn about it.

News & Press

[VIDEO] Automotive Steel is Just as Light and Stronger than Aluminium

Recently Jody Shaw, U. S. Steel Corporation, a member of WorldAutoSteel, conducted an interview discussing a new lightweight vehicle control arm for suspensions.  WorldAutoSteel and its members are continually working to address the needs of its automotive customers for lighter, stronger, affordable components that bring high quality performance to vehicles.  Listen to what makes lightweight […]

WORLDSTEEL PROMOTES GREEN MANUFACTURING IN CHINA

Guangzhou, 21 November 2013 – The World Steel Association (worldsteel) today co-hosted with the China Iron and Steel Association (CISA) and the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade, Automotive Industry Committee (CCPIT-Auto) a major one day conference on “Green Manufacturing, the Future of Steel and Automotive”. Held at the Sheraton Guangzhou Hotel, the […]

UCSB Automotive Materials Greenhouse Gas Comparison Model Version 4.0 Available

Brussels, 5 November 2013 – WorldAutoSteel has released Version 4.0 of its Automotive Materials Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Comparison Model. The model, developed by the University of California at Santa Barbara (UCSB), helps users to analyze the environmental impact of new vehicle design. This allows automakers to realize emission savings over the full life cycle of […]

Read Older News ...