Aluminium is a light-weight metal ideal for reducing the overall weight and thus fuel consumption of automobiles. The formability of aluminium in to complex shapes is one key factor limiting its widespread throughout the automotive industry. Warm forming has the potential to increase the formability of aluminium alloys. As the name suggests, it is a forming operation conducted at evaluated temperatures but unlike hot forming it is conducted below the recrystallization temperature. The aim of this project is to increase the formability of automotive aluminium sheet using warm forming and to understand the change in material properties associated with the process.