29 September 2016

Constellium launches 3D module showcasing its innovative aluminium solutions for the automotive industry

Amsterdam, September 29, 2016 – Constellium N.V. (NYSE and Euronext: CSTM) unveiled today a first-of-its-kind application for the automotive industry, which will allow OEMs and businesses to browse through the wide array of Constellium aluminium product offerings available for the automotive sheet and extrusions market.

It will now be easier for Constellium stakeholders to better understand, through vivid 3D visualizations, Constellium’s aluminium offerings to the automotive industry: car body closures, body-in-white, Crash Management Systems, chassis and mechanical parts, decorative parts and equipment and heat exchangers.

“This unique 3D module could not have been created without the contribution of Constellium’s marketing and engineering teams,” said Peter Basten, Constellium Executive Vice-President Strategy, Business Development, Research & Technology. “The 3D experience will allow market experts to explore various aspects of a car and discover our vast product offerings for the automotive industry, including innovations and solutions.”

Constellium works closely with OEMs and Tier 1 companies on the design and production of material and components to help automobile manufacturers reach their design, growth and sustainability objectives. Aluminium has become a material of choice for the automotive industry and has more to offer than lightweighting and its extensive advantages in terms of fuel economy and savings in CO2 emissions. Aluminium also provides greater energy absorption, safety, resistance to corrosion, increased strength, new design opportunities, reduction in tooling costs, and the potential for infinite recyclability.

The interactive module is currently available at http://www.automotive.products.constellium.com/ as well as on the Apple store and on Google Play under the name “Constellium automotive products”.

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