The Acura Automobile Division today announces the
introduction of the 1994 Legend Coupe and Sedan. Highlighting the announcement is
the addition of a new top-of-the-line Sedan as for 1994.
"The new performance-oriented, top-of-the-...
The launch of Acura Automobile Division on March 27,1986, was a uniquely historic
event, not just for Acura and its customers, but for the world automotive industry. It
was the beginning of a bold and spectacularly successful venture...
The 1994 Integra features two distinct engines. The RS and LS models offer an
all-aluminum, 1834 cc, 4-cylinder engine with DOHC and 4 valves per cylinder.
This engine, while similar to the engine of the 1993 Integra, has un...
The all-new 1994 Acura Integra Sports Coupe and Sports Sedan feature many of the
latest automotive innovations:
Multi-valve engine technology for high performance.
Variable Valve Timing and Lift Electronic Control (VT...
The 1994 Integra continues in the enviable tradition of its predecessor by
providing a fully independent, 4-wheel double-wishbone suspension for a
superb combination of sporty handling and excellent ride quality.
The goals for the 1994 Acura Integra structure were to provide a strong, rigid
platform to ensure a long, durable service life, create a stable base for the suspension,
provide carefully designed front and rear crumple zones...
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 ma...
As the entry-level Acura, the Integra embodies all the virtues that have
established Acura as the number one luxury import brand in the U.S. market.
It features superb road manners and excellent handling, an advanced powertrain,
The Acura Automobile Division recently introduced the all new
1994 Acura Integra Sports Coupe and Sports Sedan automobiles. In its third
generation and eighth year since its debut in the U.S. market, the Integra continues to
The planners and engineers set ambitious goals for the second-generation Legend
powertrain: to provide substantially higher performance, with greater smoothness and
quietness and no sacrifice in fuel efficiency. To accomplis...
Specific objectives for the second-generation Legend chassis performance called for
more active, driver-oriented handling characteristics, reduced noise and vibration,
and improved braking feel. The suspension design and mos...
To meet their goals of higher quality, both visual and functional, Legend engineers
gave both bodies highly rigid cabins, dent-resistant exterior panels and excellent
corrosion resistance, and incorporated a host of detail r...
In planning the interiors of the Legend Sedan and Coupe, Acura designers wanted to
take advantage of the larger exterior dimensions by providing more interior space;
heighten comfort and convenience through improved equipmen...