For some time, Corning Inc's so-called Gorilla glass has been featured on smartphones thanks to its damage resistance qualities. But now the scratch-resistant Gorilla glass looks set to enter the automotive arena. In addition to its toughened performance, Gorilla glass is lighter than conventional auto glazing - thereby improving fuel economy - and helps reduce road noise from entering the cabin. To find out more, Matthew Beecham talked with Phill Bell, Product Line Manager, Emerging Innovations Group, Corning Inc.