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Tesla eyes move from aluminium for higher volume model

Tesla's Model S electric car features an aluminium-intensive body. The primary reason for the OEM to go with aluminium as the material of choice for the construction of the car's body is weight reduction. To augment safety, Tesla combined high-strength steel with aluminium, with the former being used in key areas to enhance safety. It’s … Continued

Tesla's Model S electric car features an aluminium-intensive body. The primary reason for the OEM to go with aluminium as the material of choice for the construction of the car's body is weight reduction. To augment safety, Tesla combined high-strength steel with aluminium, with the former being used in key areas to enhance safety.

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