The Role of Steel in Future Mobility
Jody Hall from the Steel Market Development Institute explains how steel's value proposition and performance gains will assure its central role in personal mobility for decades to come.
A mobility future that features electrically powered and autonomously driven vehicles will bring major changes in the design, engineering and materials used in tomorrow’s cars.
Jody Hall, vice president of the automotive market for the Steel Market Development Institute, explains why steel’s value proposition and continual gains in performance will assure its central role in personal mobility for decades to come.
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