Acura Integra is the fourth and last generation of the Honda Integra subcompact high vehicle, launched in Japan on April 13, 2001, and was produced from July 2001 to July 2006. Acura Integra was transmitted in North America in 2002 as Acura RSX. With more luxury and sports entertainment than Quint, Integra is one of Acura’s introductory pictures in 1986 and The Legend. Throughout its life, Integra was highly respected for managing and operating. Integra reached at least five trim levels; RS, LS, GS, GS-R, and R, depending on the model and market.
In conjunction with the establishment of the Integra’s platform mate, the Civic generation of the seventh generation was introduced in 2000, Integra joined Civic by abandoning David’s desire for David’s desire twice in both communities and accepted by MacPherson beside the front and trailing background set up as well as the new K-engine engines the series B.
The K Series engine includes an intelligent VTEC (or VTEC), automatically automating the valve, valve length, and valve time, giving 2.0 L engine holder flush in line with the launch of the valve, VTEC has changed the valve height and valve height. Integra DC5 gained a favorable look at the year 2005. Lightlight and taillight meetings lost a so-called ‘teardrop’ that had made the meetings break with bumpers.
Acura Integra Engine
Equipped 142-horsepower 1.8 liters with a 4-cylinder engine. The transfer of the five-letter scroll was common. Automatically equipped with four strings was optional. The corresponding GS-R had 170-horsepower 1.8-liter cylinder engine with VTEC. GS-R has come only with special manual-a five-speed speed. In the ’98 Acura Integra GS-R road test, our editors have found that they have a balanced rating of driving and easy to use every day.
DC5 Type R (Japanese market only) complies with the rating of K20A 220 hp (164 kW) 2.0 L DOHC VTEC four-cylinder engine. The “i” on the VTEC represents an intelligent VTEC, using the VTC (Variable Combination Variation) to improve or decrease the amount of time in the 50-degree degree. Integra Type R is equipped with Recaro chairs, brake front-brakes, four-piston front-brakes, slow-speed speeds, and suspension.
Acura Integra Motorsport
Integra and RSX are the most popular in the car. the race used Integra Type R and later RSX Type S competition in the SCCA World Challenge Touring car for many years. A number of cars marched into the British Touring Car Championship in 2009 and won the 2003 Touring Car Series 2003. In 1992, Integra has been used in Formula One as a safety vehicle in Canada Grand Prix.
Acura Integra In Culture
Racing Game You Need to Speed: The underground is both visible for DC2 Acura Integra Type R and DC5 Acura RSX. European and Japanese versions Acura Integra is adopted by Honda Integra. Racing game You need to speed up: Retrieval is displayed by the DC5 Acura RSX Type-S as well. The Fast and the Furious (2001) film has two main titles running DC2 Honda Integra. The first car is a 1997 red model by Edwin, played by Ja Rule.
The second car is a four-month GSR driven by Toretto, played by Jordana Brewster. Richard Hammond commended the UK spec Integra Type R in the Top Gear magazine, which he calls “purist, great lover”. Smiley Sakai, spoken by Akimitsu Takase runs on Acura Integra DC2 Type R on anime and manga Initial D.