VW and Audi use plastic-metal front-end modules on many models.
DETROIT – A car designed in North America uses about half as many parts made of nylon as one designed in Europe, and that looks like opportunity to chemicals supplier Lanxess. While it is a major supplier to auto makers in the U.S., the company is not as well known in the Detroit automotive community as competitors such as DuPont and BASF. An interest in raising its profile and touting its materials technology led Lanxess to host the “Automotive Day” conference here ...
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