The A-Spec package creates a more aggressive appearance that upsizes the wheels from 17-inch to 18-inch and adds gloss black front and rear fascia accents, spoiler and A-Spec badging. Interior styling includes stainless steel pedals, red gauge needles and contrast stitching. Upgrade to A-Spec Pack with Technology is the top of the scale, and while pricing hasn’t been officially announced, Rivers said a fully loaded Integra will cost $38,000.
The Tech Pack includes wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and adds Amazon Alexa, a 9-inch touchscreen and leather seats with microsuede inserts. There’s also a wireless charger, three USB-C charging ports (other versions only have one USB-A port), a 12-way adjustable driver’s seat (up from eight) and a passenger seat. power-adjustable front end, a head-up display and 16-speaker ELS Studio premium audio.
Opting for the Technology Pack adds a customizable individual drive mode in addition to the other three drive mode settings. It also adds front and rear parking sensors and low-speed brake control as well as an adaptive damper system.
Although not announced, a Type S will likely follow once Integra begins production, which will be in Marysville, Ohio. It will be the first Integra to be built in the United States