Honda has unveiled a new completely stand-alone model called the Integra. This is a sedan that is a variation on the familiar Civic. The first pictures of the car appeared in early September. They were published by the Ministry of Industry of China.
On them, a car whose appearance has something in common with the Civic. Exceptions include tapered headlights and taillights. Everything else for sedans is identical. Both models have the same body elements, the only difference is in the bumpers and the trunk lid.
The novelty is driven by a 1.5-liter turbocharged engine with 182 hp. It is paired with a manual transmission or a variator. The drive is exclusively front-wheel drive.