Regardless of how you feel about the new Acura Integra and its similarities to the Honda Civic Si, Acura has to be applauded for at least trying to build something for car enthusiasts. Now, it has released the online configurator for the sports sedan.
Two key guises of Integra are available. The entry-level model that starts at $30,800 and the more well-equipped A-Spec variant with a six-speed manual is available from $35,800.
In configuring our perfect Integra, we opted for the A-Spec variant and have painted it in Apex Blue Pearl. Other available paint options consist of Platinum White Pearl, Performance Red Pearl, Liquid Carbon Metallic, Majestic Black Pearl, and Lunar Silver Metallic.
Interestingly, only certain interior color options are available for each exterior paint color. For example, if you want Apex Blue Pearl paint, you cannot pair it with a Red interior like you can if you opt for Platinum White Pearl, Liquid Carbon Metallic, or Majestic Black Pearl. The other available interior color configurations include Ebony and Orchid, the latter of which we have opted for that adds white to the seats, door panels, and center console. Dark metal trim comes standard.
A handful of accessories are available for the Integra. These include three different all-season protection packages and the $2,649 Carbon Fiber Styling Package that adds a carbon fiber tailgate spoiler, wing mirrors, door sill trim and gloss black emblems. Acura also offers a $1,169 Sport Black Styling Package, a $3,168 Sport Black Plus Styling Package, two different 19-inch wheel designs, an illuminated front Acura badge, a rear diffuser, roof rails, roof box, roof basket, and more.
Key interior options include illuminated door sill trim, a heated steering wheel, all-season floor mats, trunk tray, and a cargo net.
With all of our favorite options, including the Sport Black Plus Styling Package, heated steering wheel, and all-season floor mats, we ended up with a $41,223 price tag. What does your dream 2023 Acura Integra look like?