Our Investment Takes Many Forms.

Data Points

$20.2 billion cumulative capital investment
$41.7 billion purchased from U.S. companies in 2017
Datapoint Investing
  • $5.9 billion

    Honda’s new investment into U.S. operations during the past five years.

  • 31,000 associates

    Honda employs more than 31,000 associates in the U.S, with 72% of these associates working in manufacturing.

  • 75 U.S. Facilities

    U.S. facilities include manufacturing plants, R&D facilities, parts centers, and marketing, sales, service, and finance operations.

  • $980 million R&D investment

    Honda has invested $980 million into its U.S. R&D operations.

  • $10.3 billion

    Honda has made a cumulative investment of $10.3 billion into U.S. supplier operations to provide advanced tooling technology.

U.S. Production

Honda's U.S. plants manufactured nearly two-thirds of the Honda and Acura vehicles sold in America in 2017.

2017 U.S. Production Totals

1,208,000 Cars and Light Trucks
1,866,000 Automobile Engines
1,131,000 Transmissions
1,988,000 General Purpose Engines
581,000 Power Equipment Products
74,000 ATVs
82,000 Utility Vehicle Engines
52,000 Side x Side Utility Vehicles
43 Aircraft
78 Aircraft Engines

Honda and Acura products are built using domestic and globally sourced parts.

$20.2 Billion Cumulative Capital Investment

Honda has the longest U.S. manufacturing presence of any international automaker. We’ve contributed to the U.S. economy through our manufacturing, R&D, sales, and finance operations – all based here in America.

Top Investment States

$12.4 billion Ohio
$2.6 billion Alabama
$1.6 billion California
$1 billion Indiana
$745 million North Carolina
$503 million Georgia
$418 million South Carolina

Closer Look at Key States

Closer Look

  • Alabama
  • California
  • Georgia
  • Indiana
  • North Carolina
  • Ohio
  • South Carolina
  • Michigan
  • Tennessee
  • Texas
Alabama

Alabama

  • $2.6 billion in total capital investment
  • 4,500 associates
  • 230 authorized dealerships with 2,150 employees
  • 43 supplier facilities
  • Honda Manufacturing of Alabama, LLC
California

California

  • $1.6 billion in total capital investment
  • 3,200 associates
  • 1,100 authorized dealerships with 18,630 employees
  • 24 supplier facilities
  • American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
  • Honda Trading America Corp.
  • Honda Performance Development, Inc.
  • Honda Proving Center of California
  • 3 R&D facilities
  • 3 American Honda Finance Corporation offices
  • 2 sales, service, and parts zone offices
  • 3 parts centers
  • 3 ports
Georgia

Georgia

  • $503 million in total capital investment
  • 1,100 associates
  • 370 authorized dealerships with 4,870 employees
  • 42 supplier facilities
  • Honda Precision Parts of Georgia, LLC
  • 2 American Honda Finance Corporation offices
  • Sales, service, and parts zone office
  • Parts center
  • 2 ports
Indiana

Indiana

  • $1.1 billion in total capital investment
  • 2,500 associates
  • 295 authorized dealerships with 3,340 employees
  • 64 supplier facilities
  • Honda Manufacturing of Indiana, LLC
North Carolina

North Carolina

  • $745 million in total capital investment
  • 2,700 associates
  • 360 authorized dealerships with 5,300 employees
  • 48 supplier facilities
  • Honda Aircraft Company, LLC
  • Honda Aero, Inc.
  • Honda Power Equipment Mfg., Inc.
  • 3 R&D facilities
  • American Honda Finance Corporation office
Ohio

Ohio

  • $12.4 billion in total capital investment
  • 15,000 associates
  • 450 authorized dealerships with 6,520 employees
  • 173 supplier facilities
  • Honda North America, Inc.
  • Honda Engineering North America, Inc.
  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Anna Engine Plant
  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc. East Liberty Auto Plant
  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Marysville Auto Plant
  • Honda of America Mfg., Inc. Performance Manufacturing Center
  • Honda Transmission Mfg. of America, Inc.
  • 4 R&D facilities
  • Sales, service, and parts zone offices
  • 2 parts centers
South Carolina

South Carolina

  • $418 million in total capital investment
  • 1,000 associates
  • 200 authorized dealerships with 2,080 employees
  • 41 supplier facilities
  • Honda of South Carolina Mfg., Inc.
  • R&D facility
  • Port
Michigan

Michigan

  • $62 million in total capital investment
  • 390 authorized dealerships with 4,200 employees
  • 137 supplier facilities
  • R&D facility
Tennessee

Tennessee

  • $62 million in total capital investment
  • 235 authorized dealerships with 3,000 employees
  • 56 supplier facilities
  • Parts center
Texas

Texas

  • $58 million in total capital investment
  • 450 associates
  • 950 authorized dealerships with 10,500 employees
  • 62 supplier facilities
  • 2 American Honda Finance Corporation offices
  • Sales, service, and parts zone office
  • Parts center
  • HondaJet World Headquarters
    Honda Aircraft Company’s headquarters in Greensboro, North Carolina serve as the home for all HondaJet research, product engineering, sales and marketing, and service support. Honda Aircraft Company employs 1,800 associates.
  • Preparing Tomorrow's Leaders - Internships & Co-ops
    Preparing Tomorrow's Leaders - Internships & Co-ops
    Our internship and co-op programs are designed to give future professionals authentic work experience in advanced real-world sales, manufacturing and R&D environments, while exploring future career opportunities at Honda Aircraft. Visit www.hondajet.com/careers/
  • Over-The-Wing Engine Mount
    A breakthrough in aeronautics, the Over-The-Wing Engine Mount was engineered and proven by Honda after more than 20 years of extensive research and development. This innovative technology not only breaks the conventional mold set by the aerospace industry, but also provides category-leading advancements such as a more spacious cabin, noise reduction, and increased fuel efficiency.
  • HondaJet, the world's most advanced light jet
    HondaJet, the world's most advanced light jet
    The HondaJet is the world's most advanced light jet. Certified in December 2015, this clean sheet design aircraft flies faster, higher and offers more cabin room that other jets in its class. It is manufactured in Greensboro, North Carolina.
  • Better Fuel Efficiency
    Rated the highest in its class, the HondaJet is designed to be significantly more fuel-efficient. The HondaJet is powered by two highly fuel-efficient GE Honda HF120 turbofan jet engines that are manufactured by Honda Aero, Inc. in Burlington, North Carolina.
  • HondaJet Receives Type Certification
    HondaJet Receives Type Certification
    The HondaJet received type certification from the FAA in December 2015. Honda Aircraft Company validated the HondaJet’s performance, safety, function and reliability through rigorous ground and flight tests with the FAA. Total flight hours exceeded 3,000, with testing conducted at more than 70 locations across the United States.
  • HondaJet FAA Type Certification Celebration
    HondaJet FAA Type Certification Celebration
    The HondaJet received type certification from the Federal Aviation Administration on Dec. 8, 2015. Honda Aircraft celebrated this milestone on Dec. 9, 2015 at its world headquarters in Greensboro, N.C.
  • Honda Aero achieves significant U.S. aviation milestone
    Honda Aero achieves significant U.S. aviation milestone
    For the first time in 23 years, the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has issued a Production Certificate to a new company making jet engines in America. Honda Aero, Inc. is responsible for the production of HF120 turbofan engine at its new, state-of-the-art production facility in Burlington, North Carolina. Learn more about the GE Honda HF120 engine, a powerplant that delivers unprecedented performance, at gehonda.com
  • The First Production HondaJet Takes Flight
    The First Production HondaJet Takes Flight
    From Assembly to First Flight: Watch the first production HondaJet take to the sky. This HondaJet achieved its first flight on June 27, 2014.
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  • Honda and General Motors Fuel Cell Announcement
    Honda and General Motors Fuel Cell Announcement
    General Motors Co. and Honda today announced establishment of the auto industry's first manufacturing joint venture to mass produce an advanced hydrogen fuel cell system that will be used in future products from each company.
  • The Grand Opening of the Honda Silicon Valley R&D Facility.
    The Grand Opening of the Honda Silicon Valley R&D Facility.
    Catch all the amazing highlights from the grand opening of the new Honda Silicon Valley R&D facility. There’s footage from our live stream of the 2016 Accord reveal on Periscope, a behind-the-scenes peek at the Honda Developer Studio, tech demos and more!
  • Honda Manufacturing (Engineering)
    Honda Manufacturing (Engineering)
    Experience Honda from the Engineer’s perspective.
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