A great deal of attention was given to the design, materials, comfort
features and convenience amenities of the RL interior, from major
issues such as control location and passenger head, hip and shoulder
room to smaller det...
For 1998, the Acura 3.5RL features suspension revisions that provide more sporty handling while still maintaining the smooth, compliant ride that is the signature of this highly-refined luxury performance automobile.
"The 3.5RL continue...
CONCEPT AND GOALS
The objective was to create an interior that was the sports car
equivalent of a jet fighter pilot's helmet. The key elements of this
concept were unlimited visibility, a feeling of snugness or intimacy
with the inte...
Available in early 1998, the limited-edition Integra Type R Sports
Coupe has been developed to maximize the sporty car's
capabilities and further emphasize Acura's belief that driving is
own reward. There were ...
The Integra Type R features an advanced 1.8-liter,
dual overhead cam, 16-valve inline 4-cylinder engine equipped
the Variable Valve Timing and Lift Electronic Control (VTEC)
pioneered in the Acura ...
OVERVIEW The Type R continues the enviable Integra tradition of providing a fully independent, 4-wheel double-wishbone suspension for sporty handling. The Type R was developed with all-out performance in mind when it comes to cornering, ...
The goals for the Type R structure were to provide a strong, rigid
platform to ensure a long, durable service life, create a stable base
for the suspension, and to provide carefully designed front and rear
crumple zones to minim...
OVERVIEW Since its original introduction, the Integra has always been a driver's car. Every element of the vehicle, from the engine to the design and location of major and minor function controls, has been tailored specifically to make t...
Acura Automobile Division will
offer the high-performance, limited-edition Integra Type R Sports
Coupe again for the 1998 model year.
Introduced last year, the Integra Type R features a
195-horsepower, 1.8-liter, dual-overhead-cam,...
The 1998 Acura Integra Sports
Coupe and Sports Sedan lineup encompasses innovative
craftsmanship, and high-quality performance that promises
"exhilarating" drive every day. As the top-selling automobile in it...
As the entry-level Acura, the Integra embodies all the virtues that
have established Acura as the number one luxury import brand
U.S. market. It features superb road manners and excellent
an advanced power...
The Integra features two distinct engines. The RS, LS and GS
offer an all-aluminum, 1.8-liter, DOHC, 16-valve, 4-cylinder
This powerplant produces 140 horsepower at 6300 rpm, and
of torque at 5200 rp...
The Integra continues in the enviable tradition of providing a fully
independent, 4-wheel double-wishbone suspension for a
combination of sporty handling and excellent ride quality.
The objective was to provide the Inte...
The goals for the Acura Integra structure were to provide a
rigid platform to ensure a long, durable service life, create a
stable base for the suspension, provide carefully designed front
rear crumple zones to min...
Acura, known for its sporty and
luxurious models, is bringing American coupe drivers home in
with its CL Series of luxury sports coupes, the first Acura model
designed, engineered and manufactured exclusively in the