1992 Acura Integra Interior
The goal of the Integra's interior design is to assure the comfort and efficiency of the driver. The instruments and controls are positioned so they fall into the driver's natural field of vision and reach; the seats conform to the body's shape and provide fatigue-reducing support; and the color, touch and texture of interior surfaces are designed to create a relaxing atmosphere.
Instruments and Controls
The interior of the Integra follows a "soft touch" theme, with yielding surfaces and smoothly contoured corners throughout the passenger compartment. The analog instruments are grouped directly in the driver's field of vision, with a large speedometer and tachometer in the center. Switches and controls are designed to give tactile feedback so the driver can tell just by feel that a particular control has been activated.
A full-feature AM/FM cassette stereo system is standard on LS and GS models, and optional on RS models. This unit has digital display and electronic tuning with a seek function. GS models include an automatic preset function that selects the 8 strongest AM and FM signals in an unfamiliar area. The cassette section has metal tape capability, Dolby® noise reduction, permalloy tape heads and full logic controls. Four 6.5-inch,dual-cone speakers are used for clear, clean sound. GS models have an 80- watt amplifier, while LS models have a 50-watt amplifier.A compact disc player is also available.
Passive Restraint Seat Belts
Front seat occupants are provided a motorized two-point passive shoulder belt, active lap belt and knee bolsters. The rear seat is equipped with 3-point seat belts in the outboard positions. The fold-down rear seat backs are split 60/40 for more cargo carrying versatility. With both seat backs folded down, luggage space is greatly increased; with one or the other down, both luggage and a passenger can be accommodated.