Coco Zarita wanted to give his 2023 Acura Integra a sleek makeover, so he visited tuning shop Autotuned in Monrovia, California. In addition to the power mods, he also got a custom wrap designed by artist Andreas Wennevold. To see this vehicle in person, you’ll need to stop by the SEMA Show in Las Vegas, which starts next week (Nov. 1-4).
Some of the engine mods include a Spoon Sports air filter, Spoon Sports exhaust, a CSF front intercooler / charge pipe. Head on inside, and you’ll find Sparco QRT-R kevlar racing seats, a Sparco R325 steering wheel, an Acuity adjustable short shifter, an AEM CD-7 race dash, and an EVS Tuning carbon center console. Suspension wise, there’s BBS REV7 forged wheels rapped in Yokohama A005 racing slicks, RSR Sport-I coilovers, and a Stoptech ST-40 Trophy front Big Brake Kit.
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It’s a dream come true to be one of the first builders on the planet to get their hands on the new Acura Integra. We grabbed some inspo from the NSX GT designs and added some race car features to help bring in my own personal style and achieve this new look for the next-gen Integra,” said Coco Zarita, pro BMX athlete, car builder and amateur drifter.