Honda Engine Plant in Ohio Has Built 25 Million Engines

Recently, employees at the Anna, Ohio Honda engine plant -- the largest Honda engine plant in the world -- celebrated building the 25 millionth engine since the facility opened in 1985.

Honda recently invested $47 million in the facility to produce the new engine lineup for the 2018 Honda Accord, including two direct-injected VTEC Turbo four-cylinder engines as well as the 2.0 i-VTEC Atkinson Cycle engine that powers the Honda Accord Hybrid. This recent investment brings the company's total investment at the Anna facility to more than $2.7 billion.

The Anna plant supplies engines and components for vehicles made in Ohio, Indiana, Alabama, Canada and other global facilities, and features four assembly lines and two casting operations. It took the plant 32 years to reach the 25 million engine milestone; at its current production rate of 1.8 million engines a year, it will only take 21 years for the facility to build another 25 million engines.

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