Advanced light metals (aluminum, magnesium and titanium alloys) are increasingly being used in the automotive industry for weight reduction and structural efficiency. Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME) is defined as the integration of materials information, captured in computational tools, with engineering product performance analysis and manufacturing-process simulation. ICME involves development of unified materials models which integrate information across length and time scales and across knowledge domains and enables integration of simulations of manufacturing, design and materials into a holistic system. ICME offers a solution to quickly develop engineering products at the lowest possible mass/costs. This talk will highlight some of the progress made and identify gaps in using ICME tools to develop light alloys, manufacturing processes and components for automotive structural applications.