Honda today announced that the highly anticipated Acura NSX hybrid supercar will be built at a new facility in central Ohio, representing factory no. 3 in the Buckeye state. Honda will spend $70 million transforming a former logistics center, resulting in a new 184,000-square-foot production plant that the automaker calls a Performance Manufacturing Center, located just a few miles from Honda’s American R&D building and already existing Marysville plant. Featuring less automation and more hand-built components than the other facilities, the new factory will employ 100 skilled workers drawn from existing Marysville operations, while the NSX engine will be assembled nearby at Honda’s Anna, Ohio, engine plant. Production of the Acura NSX is scheduled to begin sometime in 2015.