Late-Model Mercedes-Benz Cars Are Hybrids of Steels and Aluminum

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Steel’s century of dominance in motor vehicles is now joined by aluminum’s surging use to save energy.

For a century after Karl Benz’s Patent Motor Wagen appeared in 1886, cars were made primarily of steel and iron. Aluminum occasionally crept in...

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