Today, we announced our first major commitment in the electric vehicle market through a supplier agreement with NIO, a next-generation car company. Through a long-term partnership, NIO will leverage the unique properties of our high strength, lightweight aluminum alloys to design a lighter, better performing, & more fuel-efficient vehicle. Over the next five years, NIO will launch electric SUV models using Novelis’ automotive aluminum solutions. Leveraging our global reach, NIO will draw supply from our Changzhou plant—China’s first facility dedicated to heat-treated automotive sheet. Enabling a local supply source will be key to expediting NIO’s production schedule at a time […]
This week, Novelis announced its global supplier status for the aluminum used in GM’s new 2016 Cadillac CT6, a first-of-its-kind, lightweight platform vehicle in both China and North America. This is one of the most advanced body structures that we have ever worked on, and we are proud to be the lead global supplier of aluminum to this new and innovative vehicle program on two continents. Novelis is the only automotive aluminum sheet manufacturer with production capability in all three major auto-producing regions of the world – Asia, North America and Europe. As a result of our global footprint, Novelis aluminum […]
Yesterday, our long-time customer Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) celebrated a significant milestone: the Jaguar XE’s first full year of sales and, even more impressive, 500,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions saved through closed-loop aluminum recycling. As a key supplier and recycling partner for the vehicle, Novelis played an important role in helping JLR achieve this milestone. Through our close collaboration on the REALCAR program, the development of the Novelis RC5754 alloy and the closed-loop recycling system we have in place with JLR, together we were able to recycle 50,000 tonnes of aluminum scrap in the past year – equal to […]
The automobile is one of the most important inventions of our time. It brings us mobility, freedom, jobs and much more. But as long as men will move, there will be accidents. How can we reduce the occurrence or severity of those accidents?