ArcelorMittal and I-FEVS (Interactive Fully Electrical Vehicles ) have launched a new collaboration aimed at developing ‘safe, light, sustainable, and affordable innovative’ steel solutions for e-mobility applications.

The new I-FEVS solutions will use ArcelorMittal’s advanced high strength steels (AHSS).

The collaboration will cover the industrialization of battery envelops and body frame structures, the exploration of advanced steel solutions for micro-mobility solutions, ultralight AHSS structures, and the integration of solar panel structures into EVs.

The solutions, which aim to support and optimize new mobility concepts developed by I-FEVS, will be funded by the European Union.

‘’I-FEVS’ collaboration with the world’s leading steel producer is an opportunity to further consolidate our ability to develop safe and lightweight e-mobility solutions using steel—the most abundant and most sustainable metal on earth.''

Pietro Perlo, general director of I-FEVS

‘’I-FEVS’ collaboration with the world’s leading steel producer is an opportunity to further consolidate our ability to develop safe and lightweight e-mobility solutions using steel—the most abundant and most sustainable metal on earth. Our fleet of 2-, 3-, and 4-wheel vehicles have received a high positive response from potential users during recent demonstrations. Having ArcelorMittal’s support as we optimize our designs is the most effective way to achieve mass-market adoption of these solutions,’’ commented Pietro Perlo, general director of I-FEVS.

Source: Green Car Congress