Ford resurrected the Bronco, Lamborghini is bringing back the Countach, and Acura unexpectedly announced a new Integra for 2022.
It’s better-known for the NSX, but Acura built its reputation off the back of the more accessible Integra. It was one of only two models in the original 1986 launch lineup, and it’s coming back. Details are scant — the car won’t be unveiled until Spring 2022 — but it’s likely to be the same elevated version of the always-reliable Civic that won over car enthusiasts 35 years ago
Acura has done a perfect job of keeping the next-generation Integra under wraps. There have been no leaks or rumors, and our spies haven’t even spotted pre-production prototypes out and about. We consequently know very little about the car; the firm simply promised it will offer “the same fun-to-drive spirit and DNA of the original.”
The crunchiest crumb of information that we have is a sketch that shows part of the front end. It’s enough to tell with a high degree of certainty that the Integra won’t wear a retro-inspired design; sorry, fans of pop-up headlights. Instead, it looks like it falls in line with recent additions to the Acura range thanks to sharp lights with LED accents and an angular grille. There’s also a new interpretation of the Integra logo below the driver-side headlight.
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