Tonight, as Monterey Car Week warms up ahead of a busy weekend, Acura dropped a surprise announcement we're thrilled to hear: The Integra is coming back in 2022. "The Integra is back," Jon Ikeda, vice president of Acura, said in a statement released late Thursday night.What do we know about the Acura Integra's engine?
Here's what we know. At the reveal of the Integra Prototype, Acura president Jon Ikeda confirmed that the new Integra would be powered by Honda's 1.5-liter turbo four-cylinder. In the new Civic Si, the engine makes 200 hp and 192 lb-ft of torque.How much does a Honda Integra cost in 2021?
While both were aimed at the premium end of the market, the original Integra (shown above) put a far greater focus on performance than on luxury, and it never strayed far from this positioning. It was peppy, nimble, fun to drive, and reasonably affordable; pricing started at $9,859 in 1986 (roughly $24,600 in 2021).