One party lived in Acura. After some minor improvements, the Japanese brand Integra celebrated the release of the prototype, which is the final version of the model’s practice, which became world famous with the Honda logo.
As can be seen in the photos and intro video, the new generation of Integra was inspired by the 1986 edition, but adapted to current needs.
With a fastback-style five-door design, it is built on the same foundation as the new Honda Civic, but inspires confidence in delivering more driving fun.
Created from the idea of the Acura Type S Concept, it has an aggressive design and indie yellow pearl color that pays homage to the Phoenix yellow used in the 2001 Integra Type R.
Other details that can be improved include the extreme front with sharp lines, sharp one-piece headlights and a dual exhaust outlet at the rear.
On the side, the new 19-inch wheels with matte finish stand out, while the prebo brakes are paired with calipers in the same indie yellow color.
At the engine level, Integra’s new generation will have turbocharged dynamics for the first time. It is powered by a 1.5 VTEC engine that is mated to a six-speed manual gearbox with a limited-slip differential that produces over 200 horsepower.
The presentation of the product version of Integra is expected in 2022, with its commercialization starting as the 2023 model. It will be built at the Marysville Auto plant in the state of Ohio, which will mark another innovation because it will be the first Integra. Made in the United States.
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