The soy-based foam to be used in seats for the â€™08 Ford Mustang wonâ€™t reduce Ford Motor Co.â€™s costs, but it will advance the auto makerâ€™s bid to be â€śgreen.â€ť So says a key-supplier of the environmentally friendly material designed to replace petroleum-based foam that is the industry norm. â€śThe primary effort is definitely to be green,â€ť Jeff Frelich, director-research and design, Lear Corp. tells Wardâ€™s. â€śBut what weâ€™re hoping is, as the economies of scale grow with this product, we are ...
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