Orders for the new Acura Integra, slated to return this spring, will be available for preorders on March 10th.

The next-gen Integra will be produced for the 2023 model year with a limited number of production units headlining this year’s sales. Prospective buyers will be able to reserve their unit online when the time comes; in the meantime, customers can sign up now to receive a notification when reservations open.

Acura has yet to divulge specifics regarding pricing, equipment packages and optional add ons. That being said, we expect it to start around $30,000. The Integra Prototype is powered by an 1.5-liter turbocharged VTEC engine, paired to an available 6-speed manual transmission and a limited slip differential, making this the first-ever factory-turboed Integra.

The Integra Prototype was first unveiled November last year as a five-door liftback, lacquered in the “Indy Yellow Pearl” hero color. That color is said to pay homage to the “Phoenix Yellow” as seen on the 2000 and 2001 Integra Type R. The vibrant yellow was contrasted by black-stippled “Integra” rocker decals on either side; the Integra name was stamped into the front and rear bumpers as another callback to earlier iterations.

Other design cues include the now-distinctive Acura Diamond Pentagon grille, blacked out and frameless, bookended by exclusive Jewel Eye LED headlights containing unique Chicane LED daytime running lights.

We’re interested to see what the returning Integra will add to the Acura lineup, and we’ll have plenty more on it soon on MotorWeek!