New Acura / Honda NSX to Be Built in Ohio

Honda announced the new NSX supercar will be assembled starting in 2015 at a bespoke performance center to be built in Ohio Sounding like a page pulled straight out of the Lexus LFA's building manual, the new Honda facility will have just 100 skilled technicians.
Acura NSX Concept 1 photo
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"The location of this facility is in the midst of one of the greatest collections of engineering and production talent in the world. So it makes sense that we will renew the dream and build this high-tech, supercar in Marysville, Ohio," said Hidenobu Iwata, president & CEO of Honda of America.
The plant will cover 184,000 square feet plant and is costing Honda $70 (€53.9) million to build. As the NSX is just two years away from rolling off the line, the company will shortly begin to recruit the best people it can find.

The revival model will still use a V6 engine, just like the original, but the drivetrain will also include two electric motors that power the front wheels as well as another motor that is integrated into the dual-clutch transmission.
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