Reducing vehicle weight is one of the most important ways to reduce vehicle carbon emissions and energy consumption, but at the same time, safety is the top priority of vehicle driving, which requires structural parts of important parts of the vehicle to have high strength and anti-collision capabilities. The combination of the two requirements makes ultra-high-strength steel sheets increasingly one of the indispensable raw materials for the production of important components in the automotive industry. Because of the high strength, the steel plate can be made lighter and thinner, and the strength and safety performance of the car body can also be guaranteed. At the same time, the car body can be significantly “slimmed down”, thereby reducing energy consumption during driving.
In the daily concept of ordinary people, steel is a “traditional” material, which seems to consume a lot of energy. But in fact, years of practice in the automotive industry have proved that advanced ultra-high-strength steel has its unparalleled advantages when applied to automobiles. At the same time, compared with “light” materials such as aluminum and magnesium alloys, the production process is more environmentally friendly and easier to recycle and reuse. . These advantages all point to a conclusion that ultra-high-strength steel is an indispensable material for the automobile industry in the era of carbon neutrality.