The soy-based foam to be used in seats for the â08 Ford Mustang wonât reduce Ford Motor Co.âs costs, but it will advance the auto makerâs bid to be âgreen.â So says a key-supplier of the environmentally friendly material designed to replace petroleum-based foam that is the industry norm. âThe primary effort is definitely to be green,â Jeff Frelich, director-research and design, Lear Corp. tells Wardâs. âBut what weâre hoping is, as the economies of scale grow with this product, we are ...
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