Honda has announced that the all-new NSX supercar will be produced at a new Performance Manufacturing Centre in Ohio, United States. The $70 million advanced production facility encompasses 184,000 square feet and will be housed inside Honda’s former North American Logistics facility.

The site, which will be Honda’s third car plant in Ohio, is located close to the Honda R&D Americas, Inc. Ohio Centre that is engineering the supercar for production and adjacent to Honda of America Mfg.’s Marysville Auto Plant. The Performance Manufacturing Centre is also close to Honda Engineering North America, Inc., centre for the development of new production technologies.

The Performance Manufacturing Centre will employ approximately 100 highly skilled associates drawn from within Honda’s existing operations in Ohio. The powertrain will also be assembled in Ohio at Honda’s engine plant in Anna.

The all-new NSX, which will be badged as a Honda in Europe and Acura in the U.S.*, is being developed by a global R&D team led by designers and engineers at Honda R&D Americas, Inc. located in Los Angeles, California, and Raymond, Ohio.

Source: honda