Acura Integra Prototype

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The Acura Integra is back, baby.

Acura Integra Prototype

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This Integra prototype is a very close representation of what will go on sale in spring 2022.

Acura Integra Prototype

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It rides on the same platform as the Honda Civic Si.

Acura Integra Prototype

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It has a turbocharged 1.5-liter engine and available manual transmission.

Acura Integra Prototype

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A mechanical limited-slip diff is onboard.

Acura Integra Prototype

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The sleek liftback body looks great.

Acura Integra Prototype

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Acura says the new Integra will start around $30,000.

Acura Integra Prototype

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A more powerful Type S model is likely to follow.

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We’re stoked about the return of the Integra.

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Keep scrolling for more photos of the new Integra.

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