The SEMA Show is right around the corner, and Acura will be celebrating with a full line-up of its past and future products. The new Acura NSX is sure to garner plenty of attention thanks to its sexy body and unorthodox performance. A hybrid powertrain could be in the works for the Acura RDX, too.
The new Acura ILX will also be in the spotlight at the SEMA Show. The ILX will have special accessories, including a carbon-fiber aero kit. Acura also plans to show off the latest Acura NSX GT3 Evo. These new vehicles will be on display from October 30-November 2 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Another SEMA-bound Acura is the 2023 Integra. The three-door sedan has been tuned to a high degree. It also comes with a custom apex blue pearl paint. It also has carbon-fiber mirrors, a custom steering wheel, and a SEMA-ready graphics wrap package. It’s equipped with BBS wheels and Yokohama racing slicks.
The Acura Integra is a great performance car for the money. This vehicle is durable and customizable, which makes it a popular choice for enthusiasts. It also comes with a lot of aftermarket support and tuning options. The new Acura Integra 2023 is equipped with adjustable coilovers from RSR, new rear control arms from StopTech, and an updated intercooler.
Another automaker with no representation at SEMA is GMC, which will be missing out this year. But their absence is only temporary. Expect the brand to return in future years with electrified vehicles. This is a sign that General Motors is shifting its focus from aftermarket mods to electrification.
Acura has not announced its plans for this year’s SEMA, but the company is still expected to unveil the new Integra. It is unknown if the car will debut at SEMA, but it’s likely that the next Integra will be more aggressive than the current model. The 2020 Integra will be more aggressive and likely have a new powertrain and new suspension.
The GRP Acura RDX is an impressive SUV. It started as an A-Spec model, but the suspension team at Graham Rahal Performance modified it for improved handling and performance. It also features an Eibach sport suspension system, which lowers the vehicle and makes it more stiff. A new set of wheels wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires also makes it more impressive than stock.