Honda of America Manufacturing (HAM) celebrates the start of mass production of Honda Accord model in 2018. A trademark that has sold 12.7 million units since its launch in 1976 in the land of Uncle Sam.
Investment of US $267 million and the addition of 300 new personnel has been poured to support the production of the latest generation of the Accord in a machine factory is located in Anna, Ohio.
The production process of the tenth generation of the Accord will involve the process of cutting with the laser and stamping techniques new to create an aggressively sculpted body. High-performance adhesives are also used for repairing car body stiffness, while the highest quality foam is able to dampen the noise inside the cabin.
|Honda Started production of the Accord 2018 In the factory, Ohio|
Not only that, the investment of US $220 million was also given to the addition of the welding tool consists of 342 cutting-edge robots, and the US $47 million for production of 2,000 ccs turbocharged engine.
Facilities in Ohio also has gotten a new sub-Assembly processes for Intelligent Power Unit (IPU) that will help power Accord Hybrid. Where the Accord Hybrid is currently manufactured at the factory of Honda's Sayama near Tokyo, but still got the supply part of Ohio.
As a fun fact, the Accord is the first Honda vehicle that is made in America and has made continuous production since November 1982 – with cumulative production to exceed 11 million units over the past 35 years.
Therefore, thanks to the addition of tools and labor Assembly the tenth generation of the Accord, it is believed this car will present better than any previous models.