2023 Acura Integra Prototype Specs Revealed

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Acura recently unveiled the Integra 2023. The Prototype will be a liftback sedan, similar to the first-generation Integra from 1986. The designer began by modifying Integra's front fascia. The automobile comes standard with a huge black front grille and a smaller black grille further down on the bumper. On either side of an aggressive fastback rear hatch, sweeping taillights with a notched interior design show.

The automobile also came with a pair of aftermarket five-spoke wheels and a rear wing.

The Acura Integra Prototype we saw in person doesn't have an interior because it's a design exercise.

The Integra might employ Acura's True Touchpad Interface, or a reskinned version of the Honda Civic's smart infotainment system, which has a 9.0-inch touchscreen with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

The Integra Prototype will most likely be based on the Civic hatchback's chassis and will be powered by a 1.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine. Acura adds a few horsepower and newton-meters to the car's 200 horsepower and 260 newton-meters.

Both a six-speed and a seven-speed transmission will be available in the 2023 Integra. There will very certainly be an automated continuously variable gearbox.

The Integra Prototype's production version is expected to hit stores in mid-2022. The exact price has yet to be determined, but Acura has stated that it will start at roughly $30,000. The Integra is priced in the same bracket as the Mercedes-Benz A-Class and the BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe.

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