Honda's Greensburg Plant to Produce Another Model

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The Greensburg plant opened in 2008. The Greensburg plant opened in 2008.
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Honda will debut its newest Indiana-built model January 15th at the 2018 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. American Honda Motor Co. Inc. says the Insight was introduced in 1999 as the country's first hybrid vehicle. It will be produced by Honda Manufacturing of Indiana Inc. in Greensburg along with the Civic Sedan and the CR-V.

Images of the new model have not been made public, but American Honda Motor Co. Honda Division General Manager Henio Arcangeli Jr. says "with its sophisticated styling, dynamic stance, ample interior space and best-in-class performance, the all-new Insight embodies Honda's approach to creating electrified vehicles without the typical tradeoffs. You won't have to be an electrification advocate to appreciate the new Insight - it's a great car in its own right, independent of what's happening under the hood."

Honda Manufacturing of Indiana currently employs more than 2,400 in Decatur County, producing 250,000 cars per year. The facility opened in 2008. It debuted the most recent CR-V model in February after expanding to produce the sport utility vehicles.

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