BMW's i3 and i8 may mark a ‘flashpoint’ in demand for carbon fiber in the automotive sector, and possibly for the industry as a whole. But, as Future Materials Group (FMG)’s Adrian Williams explains to Steve Calder, all carbon fiber is not created equal: adopting a ‘homogeneous’ view may prove an expensive error for investors currently eyeing up the market.

This article appeared in the Sept/Oct issue of Reinforced Plastics.

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