The case when the design matches the substance. So, we have an updated version of the model Acura Integra, and the case was not limited to the addition of the Type S designation – the Acura Integra Type S car has indeed received numerous improvements!

Note the new front bumper and enlarged radiator grille for improved engine cooling. Or pay attention to the special 19-inch wheels with sports tires. By the way, 4-piston Brembo calipers with enlarged brake discs are installed on the front axles. In addition, the wheel tracks were widened (+9 cm in front and +5 cm behind), and the overall body became wider by 7 cm due to increased wheel arches.

But it’s not everything! After all, under the hood of the Acura Integra Type S car hides a gasoline 2-liter 4-cylinder turbo engine of the K20C series, producing 320 hp. This power is then sent to the front wheels through a 6-speed manual transmission and an LSD limited-slip differential.

Not only powerful brakes or a “tricky” differential help to keep the car under control, but also a changed suspension. The new Acura Integra Type S received a stabilizer bar with a diameter of 29 mm (+2 mm to the standard) and Adaptive Damper System shock absorbers with the ability to change the setting.

Moreover, the possibility of settings opens directly from the interior: a few “clicks” on the central touch screen 9-inch display – and everything is ready! In addition, in the interior of the Acura Integra Type S car, you can find an “old-school” all-metal manual handle, a sports steering wheel covered with suede, metal pedal pads, a digital instrument panel based on a 10.2-inch display.

The new Acura Integra Type S has a 2024 model year designation – that is, they are only now accepting orders, and commercial vehicles for customers will be manufactured and delivered in the second half of 2023 or even closer to its end.