DETROIT -- The American Iron and Steel Institute has not sat around and waited in recent years for inquiries from auto makers about using advanced steels in new applications. AISI has been serving up ready-for-production concepts of auto bodies, suspensions and closure panels since the mid-1990s to show auto makers that steel isn’t a material mired in 19th century technology as some perceive. To drive its point home, AISI’s latest project is a complete vehicle rather than just ...

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