Honda Motor Co. Ltd. and its Acura division plan to debut the Integra replacement, a revamped 3.2 TL and a new concept vehicle at the 2001 North American International Auto Show. Acura has dropped the Integra moniker on the latest incarnation of its sport coupe in favor of the RS-X name. Officials say the RS-X prototype, to be shown at the Detroit auto show, is almost identical to the production model, due out in mid-2001 as an '02 model. The new three-door, four-passenger coupe, though ...

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