In this study, adhesive metal-polymer composites were investigated using pretreated aluminum substrates, each with an adhesion-promoting powder coat, a thermoplastic urethane elastomer (TPU) stress-compensation layer and a polyamide 6 top coat to allow further functionalization. One of the composite's key features is the powder coating, which acts as a reactive adhesive agent and possesses a high-quality surface finish and very good formability. The composites were examined in terms of shaping and assembly behavior. The interfacial bonding was investigated using a peel test. Finally, a demonstrative part was manufactured for the automotive-interior sector.