Honda Integra (sold in some markets as Acura Integra) was a compact luxury sports car, produced by Japanese automaker Honda from 1985 to 2006. The sporty front-wheel-drive car was able to carry five passengers with a two-door coupe or four-door sedan available. The Integra name was originally used by Honda to refer to its VT250F motorcycle and is currently used to refer to the scooter variant of its NC700 series of motorcycles.
- Engine Name: B18C
- Engine Type: L4 DOHC
- Maximum power: 200 HP (Sakai's Integra is tuned to 295 HP)
- Maximum torque: 19 kgm
- Displacement: 1797 cc
- Drivetrain: FF
- Aspiration: NA (Sakai's Integra is turbocharged)
- Length: 4380 mm
- Height: 1320 mm
- Width: 1695 mm
- Weight: 1080 kg
- Transmission: 5MT (5-speed manual gearbox)
- Misc.: Carbon hood (for Sakai)
- The Integra DC2 was once rated the fastest front wheel drive car in the world, with its top handling performance and a powerful high reving 1.8L NA VTEC engine that could compete with more powerful cars.