STERLING HEIGHTS, MI – With weight reduction a top priority for every new-vehicle program, Sabic Innovative Plastics is aggressively marketing polycarbonate glazing as a way to boost fuel efficiency by replacing heavier conventional glass, while making a styling statement. Sabic’s Exatec LLC subsidiary collaborated with Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. on a distinctive backlight for its compact “ix-onic” cross/utility vehicle concept, which debuted at the 2009 Geneva Motor Show last spring. The ...

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