Like the first generation, the new Acura Integra is a four-door lift car. It stands on the platform of a new Civilian Edition or a more dynamic version of the Si.
Various design elements refer to previous generations. The novelty has a name engraved under the headlight on the driver’s side and taillight on the passenger’s side, while the Indy Yellow Pearl is also an homage to the similarly tuned Phoenix yellow that was introduced on the vintage Integry Type R from the ’90s.
Several details about the serial version are unclear at the moment, including whether it will be sold outside the United States. But enthusiasts will be pleased with the ancient and honest sports technique. The new model is equipped with a six-speed manual transmission and a self-locking differential on the front axle. The 19-inch wheels conceal the powerful Brembo brakes.
Fifteen VTEC units are used with unspecified drive power. However, the Civic Si mentioned above will provide 205 hp, which can be expected in this case as well.
The Integra will be manufactured in Marysville, Ohio, where it will help fill Supersport production after the NSX.
The car planned will be the fifth generation, but the Honda Integra is the most famous name for this third version introduced in 1993.
The Honda Integra was launched in 1985 as a civilian sports coupe. It was originally one of the two models designated as Acura when Honda introduced the brand in the United States. The fourth-generation Integra, designated the Acura RSX in the US, ceased production in 2006.
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