Automotive Structures and Industry
Constellium, Automotive Structures business unit_© Dominique Sarraute 2010

Automotive Structures and Industry

Constellium delivers complete aluminium solutions built on our engineering and design expertise, including crash management systems, other safety components such as side impact beams and front ends, cockpit carriers, and body-in-white structural components.

Leveraging expertise

Automotive original equipment manufacturers are facing several key challenges - stricter CO2 emission regulations, demand from customers for “green cars,” increasing fuel prices, and a growing scarcity of fossil fuels.

At Constellium, we leverage our materials expertise and state-of-the art process technologies to help manufacturers overcome these challenges, creating significant competitive advantages. With our lightweight aluminium vehicle solutions, they can reduce vehicle mass, while improving safety, comfort and performance.

Going well beyond lightweighting, Constellium’s worldwide value proposition has key strengths that include customer-centered engineering and testing capabilities, a reputation for high quality, and cost-effective manufacturing skills for mass production.

Constellium automotive structures business unit has a truly international scope, with plants located in Germany, the US and China.

A sustainable approach for the 21st century

At Constellium, we understand that nowadays, only a sustainable approach to business creates added value. Our green offer to support customers in reducing CO2 emissions stands at the forefront of this effort. Working in close partnership with our automotive customers, we enable their engineers to derive the full benefits of using aluminium and other lightweight solutions in vehicle design. We provide engineered solutions specific to our customers' needs:

    Products and modules for improved fuel economy
    High-performance parts and material utilization
    Tooling-cost reduction
    Improved pedestrian and vehicle safety


Constellium’s key strengths include our global engineering and testing capabilities, a reputation for quality, and cost-effective manufacturing skills for mass production.

Last update 31 March 2016 Back to top