Ford Aims To Create Vehicle Entirely From Sustainable Materials

Ford Aims To Create Vehicle Entirely From Sustainable Materials

A dedicated research lab is transforming toxins into reusable materials

Kiran Umapathy
  • 25 may 2016

A Ford Motor Company research facility just outside of corporate headquarters in Dearborn, Michigan is embarking on an ambitious task: taking carbon dioxide and using it to create sustainable materials for the production of new vehicles. The project is a partnership with Novomer, a company that captures the greenhouse gases from manufacturing plants and will provide the research lab with the material to develop foams for seat cushions and other parts.

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