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Please direct inquiries to either of our Centers at:

Los Angeles
Honda R&D Americas, Inc.
Human Resources Dept.
1900 Harpers Way
Torrance, CA 90501-1528

Ohio
Honda R&D Americas, Inc.
Human Resources Dept.
21001 State Route 739
Raymond, OH 43067-9705

Canada
Honda R&D Americas, Inc.
Canada Branch, Toronto Office
180 Honda Blvd.
Markham ON, Canada L6C 0H9

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Honda R&D Americas, Inc Centers

Photo of Honda R&D Ohio CenterOhio Center
Raymond, Ohio

The Ohio Center of Honda R&D Americas, Inc. plays a key role in the development of automobiles and PowerSports products produced exclusively in the Americas for domestic and export markets. Work at this state-of-the-art facility emphasizes product engineering, prototype development and testing. Associates interface with suppliers and provide technical assistance to our manufacturing teams while enjoying the center's close proximity to manufacturing facilities and the Transportation Research Center.

Photo of Honda R&D Los Angeles CenterLos Angeles Center
Torrance, California

The Los Angeles Center has the challenging and exciting responsibility of envisioning the products customers will want tomorrow - and beyond. The focus here is on product planning, market research, styling design and engineering research. In addition, our LA associates strive to balance the needs of the individual with environmental and safety concerns. The Los Angeles Center has evolved from an emphasis on concept cars to the design of mass production vehicles manufactured at Honda's production facilities in the U.S. and Canada.

Photo of Honda R&D North Carolina CenterNorth Carolina Center
Haw River, North Carolina

The North Carolina Center is involved in the continuous development of first-class power equipment products. While providing product engineering, prototype development and testing, these associates work closely with suppliers to further our goals of technologically advanced products and local parts sourcing.

Honda R&D Americas, Inc. Facilities

Photo of Honda Proving Center CaliforniaSilicon Valley Office
Mountain View, California

Silicon Valley office is HRA's newest office located in Mountain View, California, the center of Silicon Valley. The mission of Silicon Valley Office is fast prototyping of new information technology (IT) features for future Honda automobiles by collaborating with innovative IT companies. Silicon Valley office also plays the window role toward the venture community and facilitates the open innovation initiative for global Honda.

Photo of Honda R&D Denver OfficeDenver Office
Denver, Colorado

The site for Honda R&D Americas, Inc.'s Denver Office was chosen because it is at an elevation almost exactly one mile high. Established in 1979, this office was originally built for development and certification of emissions systems that would meet high altitude regulations.

The Denver Office continues to be involved in engine and emission development as well as supporting the development of other vehicle systems impacted by the challenges high altitude, cold temperatures and mountainous terrain can present.

Photo of Honda R&D Detroit OfficeDetroit Office
Detroit, Michigan

The HRA Detroit office is located in Southfield Michigan, a suburb Northwest of Detroit. The overall purpose of the Automobile Technology Research (ATR) Group is performing research that will help us better meet the future needs of Honda's customers. We are investigating two main areas: the first is precompetitive cooperative research with other Automakers, the US Government and Universities on advanced automotive safety, the second is identifying and researching future technology areas.

Photo of Honda R&D Canada OfficeCanada Office
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

The HRA Canada office is located within Honda Canada's Head office, in Markham, North of Toronto. The role of the Canada office is to research cold, corrosion and rough road related issues on Automotive products in the Canadian market. HRA-C collaborates with other R&D divisions and Honda Canada to improve understanding of Canadian related issues that could affect our vehicles globally.