ZF carbon-fiber MacPherson strut

  • ZF carbon-fiber MacPherson strut

    Carbon-fiber is seen by many in the auto industry as one of the most effective ways of reducing vehicle weight and improving fuel economy and emissions levels, but the relative expense of the material means that it’s still reserved for only a handful of high-end production cars. BMW has effectively used carbon-fiber roofs for its M cars to help lower their center of gravity, and Nissan and General Motors have used the composite material to help save weight for the GT-R and ZR1 supercars. While most of the cars only featured the carbon-fiber in their structure or body panels, in the future...

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