Auto Bodies & Parts

Auto designers rely on modern, versatile plastics and plastic composites to improve the appearance, functionality and safety of cars. Learn more about how high-performance race cars and day-to-day passenger vehicles alike are benefiting from these high-tech materials.

  • 2010 Ford Explorer interior
    Ford Gets Serious About Car Recycling You might be surprised to learn that the most recycled item in the U.S. isn't bottles or newspapers … it's cars! See what Ford is doing to reduce the environmental footprint of their cars. See Why Ford is Committed to Sustainability
  • Digital glowing outline of a car
    Polymer Composites: From the Racetrack to Main Street Plastics and polymer composites, such as carbon fiber reinforced plastics, are bridging the material divide between high-performance race cars and passenger vehicles. Learn More
  • NASCAR Plastics and Your Daily Commute
    NASCAR Plastics and Your Daily Commute “Hypermiling” is the practice of driving a vehicle beyond its EPA fuel economy rating. CleanMPG talks about the many ways plastics make cars lighter and more energy efficient. Learn How NASCAR Technology Affects Your Vehicle