Fast & Furious 1996 Acura Integra on Inside Line

Fast & Furious Cars: 1996 Acura Integra

Mia's Acura Comes Back


Back in 2001's The Fast and the Furious, Jordana Brewster played Mia Toretto, the sister of Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and love interest for Brian O'Connor (the super-dreamy Paul Walker). And in that film she drove a second-generation Acura Integra. Well it's eight years later and now she drives a third-generation Integra. We don't really know why, and we don't really care.

Mia's Integra is only seen fleetingly in Fast & Furious and it's one of the least modified cars in the film. In fact, it's seen so fleetingly that the white car was rented for its appearance and returned to its owner immediately after filming. No duplicates were built.

As Portrayed Specifications*

Type: B18C JDM
Intake: Spyder cold air
Air filter: K&N
Ignition: MSD
Fuel pump: Rotora
Fuel: Sunoco Racing Fuel
Lubricant: Mobil One

Transaxle: Five-speed with limited-slip differential
Clutch: Fidanza ceramic face
Shifter: Buddy Club Race
Fuel Cell: Jaz
Hoses: Gates

Front: Tein Super Racing coil-overs
Rear: Tein Super Racing coil-overs

Type: Konig K-Tune
Front size: 17-by-7.0 inches
Rear size: 17-by-7.0 inches

Type: Continental
Front size: 205/50R17
Rear size: 205/50R17

Seats: Buddy Club P1 Limited Edition
Belts: Takata
Cage: Matt Sweeney
Door Panels: Acura original equipment
Gauges: Autometer

Body kit: VIS
Hood: Seibon

Paint: Acura Original White

* "As Portrayed" specifications indicate the state of the car as portrayed in the film. No single car was necessarily built to these specifications by the picture car department. But all the cars built to portray a vehicle in the film were constructed to appear as if so equipped.

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