ArcelorMittal, the world’s leading steel and mining company, is revolutionizing the automotive industry with advanced high-strength steels – products that are used in the manufacturing of cars, vans and trucks.
ArcelorMittal is continually developing lightweight steel options to make vehicles lighter, safer and more sustainable.
ArcelorMittal's S-in motion program incorporates strength, safety and sustainability into lightweight steel solutions.
ArcelorMittal's lightweight steel solutions are helping design lighter cars that deliver more miles per gallon.
See how ArcelorMittal is transforming the auto industry for the benefit of today’s drivers and tomorrow’s world.
ArcelorMittal is the world’s leading steel and mining company. Recognized as the steel supplier of choice for automotive, we collaborate with customers to engineer advanced steel grades and solutions to meet their needs. With a strong presence in North America, Europe, South America, China and South Africa, ArcelorMittal is the only automotive steel producer with a worldwide presence. Learn more >
See how ArcelorMittal is helping automakers create stronger, safer and more sustainable vehicles.
S-in motion® is a commercially available suite of steel solutions developed by ArcelorMittal that reduce a vehicle’s weight while maintaining or increasing crash safety at the most affordable cost. Launched in 2010 and continuously evolving, today’s portfolio has expanded to offer lightweighting solutions for C-segment vehicles, light commercial trucks, pickup trucks, mid-size sedans and SUVs, and electric and hybrid vehicles, as well as other vehicle part solutions. Learn more >
See how ArcelorMittal is helping automakers design lighter cars to meet their sustainability goals.
Achieving more sustainable lifestyles is a shared challenge, and steel has a massive contribution to make. ArcelorMittal is playing a key role in helping to make cars lighter, delivering more miles per gallon and reducing carbon emissions. Vehicles constructed of advanced and ultra high-strength steels produce less greenhouse gas emissions over their life than those constructed from alternative materials. Learn more >