Honda’s Malacca plant shipped off its 2 millionth Constant Velocity Joint this month. The plant is also the largest CV joint exporter in the region. A CV joint is also known as a driveshaft and it is what transfers the power from the gearbox to the wheels of a car. The Malacca plant started making CV joints for the City and the CR-V back in 2002. Subsequently this was expanded to include the Jazz, the Accord, the Civic and even the new Honda Freed MPV, which is currently being assembled in Indonesia. Other than Indonesia, our CV joints are also exported to the UK, Turkey, Pakistan, India, Vietnam and Philippines.