Agreed. Although it might even just be exterior like the civic when the reveal was just blacked out windows. Wishful thinking that maybe we’ll get a tease at the specs.Even though it'll probably just be a visual reveal (exterior and interior) without any hard specs or trim info, I'm super excited to see how Acura evolved the Civic Hatch into the new Integra visually and sets it apart when the camo is stripped off.
I don’t think a Hybrid Type S will happen. I know for a fact though they will make a hybrid Integra it probably won’t be called Sport Hybrid.Agreed. Although it might even just be exterior like the civic when the reveal was just blacked out windows. Wishful thinking that maybe we’ll get a tease at the specs.
Articles aren’t ruling out the hybrid type S, would be nice to know since I assume that would be drastically more expensive than just a Type R + automatic and AWD, not sure that would be in my budget.
I thought all the articles about Hybrid were just based on speculation. Was there an actual interview?I’m not sure about that. The head Acura guy said hybrid would definitely be a thing for the Integra. And the NSX was hybrid. Why wouldn’t the new Halo car be? I hope not to be honest. I want a pure motor experience.
Jon Ikeda confirmed a Hybrid was coming but he didn’t say it was the Type S version which I don’t think they will do it like that. A Civic Hybrid is currently testing so it could use that Hybrid setup.I thought all the articles about Hybrid were just based on speculation. Was there an actual interview?
I personally don't see Acura using any electric motor for the Type-S. It would need to be in a class above and I don't think Acura's interested in that.
Maybe they'll do three engine choices (1.5T only with manual, Hybrid , Type S) but who knows lol
The only thing we know that will happen at this point is 1.5T 6MT.