Volvo is exploring cars made using fossil-free steel, ensuring its cars are environmentally friendly right down to the chassis. : Volvo hasn't been shy about wanting greener cars between its electric car plans and efforts to ditch leather, but it's now extending that eco-conscious mindset to the very bodies of those vehicles. As TechCrunch reports, Volvo is partnering with Swedish steel producer SSAB to develop fossil-free steel for cars. The automaker is exploring how SSAB's hydrogen-based steelmaking process could be used to shrink a car's CO2 footprint and make a stronger case for electrified vehicles.
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