High-Performance Integra Type S in Development  

Development for the new Integra Type S is well underway. The engineers at Acura are confident that it will be one of the most high-performance sedans on the market when it arrives next summer. With a powerful engine, nimble handling, and state-of-the-art features, the Type S is sure to be a hit with drivers who want a car that can handle any situation. In addition, preliminary testing has already shown that the new sedan is faster and more agile than its predecessor. As a result, the engineers are working hard to ensure it remains the top choice for luxury-performance sedans.

What is the Integra Type S?

Acura has confirmed that a high-performance Integra Type S is developing and will join its lineup in 2024. A 2.0-liter high-revving VTEC turbocharged engine powers the Type S. It produces 300+ horsepower and is exclusively paired with a 6-speed manual transmission. It also has a limited-slip differential. We'll have more details for you closer to the launch, but this will surely be an exciting addition to the Acura lineup.

The Acura brand stands for automotive excellence, delivering precision-crafted vehicles for performance. Acura vehicles are known for their expressive styling, high-performance engineering, and quality and reliability. The brand was founded in 1986 and offers a complete line of luxury vehicles, including the TLX, RDX, and MDX. Acura drivers enjoy a commitment to performance and innovation.

The all-electric Acura SUV, the ZDX and ZDX Type S, will be the first all-electric model from Acura. In addition, the SUV will be made in the U.S., using global and domestically sourced parts. As a result, it will make it easier for American drivers to get their hands on an electric Acura.

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This high-performance model is sure to impress with its impressive engine and sporty design. We can't wait to see it on the roads of Texas!

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