When Acura revived the Integra in 2022, it made it available as a five-door hatchback, not as a coupe like its previous two generations.
While hard-core Acura fans remembered that once the Integra was produced either as a five-door liftback, a coupe, and a hard-top coupe, the fifth generation of this nameplate was introduced as a hatchback-only affair, and it was based on the same platform as the eleventh generation of the Honda Civic.
Sporting the new design language adopted by Acura for its entire lineup, the 2023 model-year Integra featured narrow LED headlights with signature DRLs inside. Its coupe-like shape was emphasized by the raked windshield and the sloped-down, curved roofline. Between the rear doors and the tailgate, the automaker installed a small triangular window, and finally, at the back, it featured slim taillights that combined curved lines with sharp angles.
Acura installed an upscale interior on the 2023 Integra, with bolstered front seats. On the dashboard, the carmaker added a standard 7" touchscreen for the infotainment system, with an option for a 9" one. Inside the instrument cluster, the carmaker placed a 12" TFT display. In the back, the Integra provided enough room for three adults, although the sloped roofline left little headroom.
The only engine option for the Integra Type A was a 1.5-liter turbocharged gasoline unit paired with either a six-speed manual or a CVT.
ENGINE SPECS - 1.5L VTEC CVT (200 HP)
|Power:||147.1 KW @ 6000 RPM|
200 HP @ 6000 RPM
197 BHP @ 6000 RPM
|Torque:||192 lb-ft @ 1800-5000 RPM|
260 Nm @ 1800-5000 RPM
|Fuel System:||Turbocharged Direct Injection|
|Drive Type:||Rear Wheel Drive|
|Tire Size:||215/50 R17|
|Length:||185.8 in (4719 mm)|
|Width:||72 in (1829 mm)|
|Height:||55.5 in (1410 mm)|
|Front/rear Track:||60.5 / 61.6 in (1,537/1,565 mm)|
|Wheelbase:||107.7 in (2736 mm)|