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Despite these benefits, there are also some challenges associated with using aluminum in automobiles. One of the biggest challenges is cost, as Automotive Aluminum is generally more expensive than steel. This can make it more difficult for manufacturers to achieve the desired price point for their vehicles. Additionally, aluminum is a softer metal than steel, which can make it more difficult to work with and can result in difficulties in forming and shaping the metal into complex parts.