2002 Acura RSX SEMA Concept

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Acura first introduced the RSX in 2002 as a replacement to its popular Integra, bringing a luxury sporting car to a wider audience by offering high performance without the hefty price tag. Though it discontinued the model in 2006, Acura’s everyday sports car developed a loyal following.

Today, the RSX has achieved an almost cult-like status. Entire clubs exist that are dedicated to preserving, modifying, and even just talking about Integra and RSX vehicles. The model has also inspired a constant stream of concept renderings; artists fantasizing about what the new RSX might look like if it ever does make a comeback.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Engine: 2.0L Inline 4
Weight: 1,260 / 2,777 lbs
Power: 147 kW / 197 hp / 200 PS
0-100 kph: 6.8 seconds
Torque: 193 Nm / 142 lb-ft
Top Speed: 233 kph / 145 mph
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