Nearly all vehicles on the road today are made of steel because it is the easiest and best material for designing safe vehicles. Steel is a material with a unique, inherent capacity to absorb an impact, and thus to diffuse crash energy. Steel can be engineered to collapse like an accordion. Most cars on the road today have a steel front end that performs like this. Steel also has the ability to become harder when it’s crushed, which means it will become stronger on impact, allowing the steel to absorb more energy. Most production vehicles launched to the market today use new generation, advanced high-strength steel and technologies, which will make a car not only safe, but also stronger and more fuel efficient.