The Acura Integra is one of the most beloved nameplates of the ’90s, and for 2023 it’s back, catering to both nostalgia buffs and enthusiasts alike.
Replacing the ILX, the new Integra brings more performance and style to Acura’s entry-level lineup. The new four-door hatchback will be offered with a six-speed manual — including the Civic Type-R’s rev-matching feature — along with the Civic Si’s turbocharged 1.5-liter VTEC engine, and a limited-slip differential.
The prototype wears Indy Yellow paint, a tribute to the last Integra Type-R, 19-in Shark Gray wheels, yellow Brembo brake calipers, and details like an embossed Integra script on the front and rear bumpers. Production starts next year, with sales to start soon after. Pricing is expected to start around $30,000.