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Acura has revealed the production version of one of its most famous nameplates: the Integra. The 2023 Integra is powered by a 1.5L turbocharged four-cylinder engine that produces 200 hp and 192 lb-ft of torque. This is paired to a new coil type exhaust system for an enhanced engine note and it's available with a six-speed manual transmission (auto is standard) with automatic rev matching and a helical limited-slip differential. It also includes an Integrated Dynamics System with Comfort, Normal, and Sport driving modes and an available Adaptive Damper System helps fine tune the car's ride and handling. 

The new Integra's design takes inspiration from the original five-door model from 1986 with its coupe-like silhouette and a versatile liftback design. It also has the brand's signature JewelEye LED headlights, single piece rear LED taillights, and a standard set of 17" wheels. 18" and 19" wheels are also available as an option. Enhancing the look further is an available A-Spec sport-appearance package that adds gloss-black window surrounds, front, and rear fascia trim, a lip spoiler, and Shark Gray 18" rims with all-season tires. 

As for tech, the car has the brand's 10.2" Acura Precision Cockpit digital gauge cluster, a 7" digital touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Audio compatibility, wireless charging, HUD, and your choice of a standard 8 speaker audio system or a 16-speaker ELS Studio 3D system. Alongside all the interior tech, the car comes packed with an array of safety and driver assist systems such as a Collision Mitigation Braking system, Traffic Sign Recognition, Traffic Jam Assist, Adaptive Cruise Control, and Lane Keeping Assist. 

The 2023 Integra will be available at dealers this Spring. 

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