2023 Acura Integra Configurator Goes Live, Reveals Color Combos
Have you been eagerly awaiting a full look at the 2023 Acura Integra’s paint color options and interior schemes? Until now, the Acura website has shown limited paint colors paired with pre-selected interior colorways, as these were all that were available for customers placing reservations before the new up-market hatchback arrived in dealers. We were so impatient to see the full spectrum, we rendered the new Integra in classic Integra paint colors. Now that the Integra is reaching customers, Acura flipped a switch and is now showing a full online configurator showing every color possibility for every Integra model, from the base version up through the A-Spec and A-Spec with the Technology package. Here’s what you can expect, trim-by-trim—and, sorry, there’s no teal option:
Acura Integra | Base
Entry-level Integras start at $31,895 and are available in five of the Integra’s available exterior paint colors—Lunar Silver Metallic, Majestic Black Pearl, Liquid Carbon Metallic, Performance Red Pearl, and Platinum White Pearl—and makes do with basic Ebony (black) and Graystone (gray) faux-leather interior options. Only Lunar Silver is free; for any other color, even on higher trim levels, Acura charges an extra $500. Every base Integra comes with a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT), plus the same 200-hp turbo 1.5-liter I-4 engine used throughout the Integra lineup. The chart below shows which paint colors are available with which interior:
Acura Integra | A-Spec, A-Spec w/ Technology Package
Stepping up to the A-Spec and A-Spec with Technology package models opens up a sixth paint color option—Apex Blue Pearl—and switches to a different set of interior color combos. Ebony remains, but the materials are different, with leather and microsuede seats replacing the base model’s faux leather. That dark scheme is joined by a saucy Red option, as well as Orchid (off-white). In every combination, the colors are applied to the seats, center armrest, and door panel inserts; the dashboard, door uppers, and door lowers stay the same black color.
The A-Spec runs $33,895 and adds 18-inch dark-finished wheels, A-Spec body addenda, and the aforementioned nicer interior and snappier colorways. It’s otherwise identically equipped to the entry-level Integra, and likewise comes only with a CVT. Acura limits the six-speed manual transmission to the range-topping A-Spec with the Technology package (on which the stick shift is a no-cost option), and makes it the only way to get the Integra’s available limited-slip front differential. The Tech package also adds niceties such as a head-up display, 16-speaker ELS audio system, and a larger 9.0-inch touchscreen. It costs $36,895.
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