2023 Acura Integra – Complete Review & Specs!
2023 Acura Integra – Overview
When Acura Integra left the US market in 2001, it was the last model in the lineup with a pronounceable name.
As a result, the Integra is the first model to bring it back in twenty years.
The Integra, which takes the place of the ILX in the Acura lineup, is aimed at both nostalgia aficionados and young enthusiasts.
Body Design & Aesthetic
The four-door hatchback configuration, which was last seen on the first-generation Integra, is also returned.
The roofline gently swoops fully backward, spurred up just at the end by a tiny decklid spoiler with no trunk.
With a vast expanse of sheet metal bisecting two swoopy taillights and accented by a big Acura logo, the rear appearance is influenced by the second-and third-generation cars.
3 Door version will be unavailable at t, unlike the prior three iterations. The application of Indy Yellow Pearl paint enhances the overall silhouette.
The color-coordinated tailpipes are unlikely to be produced.
We wish Acura had been as bold with the front end of the gorgeous Acura family grille.
However, the stamped “INTEGRA” on the front and back bumpers provide a pleasant touch, as does the front and rear LED lighting.
Acura revealed the interior of the 2023 Integra at the 24 Hours of Daytona competition in Florida this weekend, whether on purpose or not.
While the Integra prototype unveiled late last year lacked any photographs or specifics about the new hatchback’s interior, the car on display at the event appeared to have one that was ready for production.
However, we can see that Integra’s dashboard is quite similar to the Honda Civic’s.
Despite significant variances in materials and design, the honeycomb texture of the air vents and the three climate control knobs appear to be the same in both automobiles.
The tablet-style touchscreen infotainment system protruding from the dash does, too.
Likewise, the six-speed manual shift knob is the same metal finish as the Civic Si’s, although curved differently.
The Integra also looks to have different seats than the Civic, with a beige and black color scheme with leather upholstery in this case.
Finally, the steering wheel appears to contain an “A-Spec” emblem on the lower half of the rim, implying that the prototype depicts Integra’s basic model rather than the Type S performance model.
The 2023 Integra shares the same base as the Civic Si, including the 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine and a limited-slip differential.
A six-speed manual transmission is also available, marking Acura’s first offer since the 2015 ILX. In addition, the Civic Type R’s rev-matching feature is also available.
The Civic Si will also be available with an automatic transmission, distinguishing it from the stick-shift-only Civic Si.