A thinly veiled prototype version will debut first, while the production 2023 Integra hatchback is set to go on sale sometime in 2022.
We will soon learn a lot more about the much-anticipated return of the Acura Integra, as the company has confirmed that a prototype version of the car will make its debut next week, on November 11. As is often the case with Honda and Acura models, the prototype is likely to be a thinly veiled concept that will give us a good idea of the production car’s design.2023 Acura Integra Will Offer a Six-Speed Manual2023 Acura Integra Will Be a Four-Door HatchbackAcura Is Bringing Back the Integra in 2022
Acura has already shared some details about this new entry-level model, including that it will be a four-door hatchback and that it will offer a six-speed manual transmission. We also expect it will join the Type S lineup with an eventual high-performance version, possibly with the same powertrain as the Honda Civic Type R. Teaser images show the Integra’s headlights and its rear-end design, which features a sharply sloped roofline and lighting elements similar to those seen on the TLX sedan.
Acura will live-stream the debut on its website November 11 starting at 8:35 pm Eastern time on its website, and be sure to check back here for our coverage of the Integra prototype.
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