Acura, like other brands across the industry, has already announced its all-electric shift. The transition begins in 2024 with the arrival of an all-electric SUV related to the Prologue model coming from Honda. That model will be built on General Motors' Ultium platform.
After that things are going to accelerate quickly, in fact Automotive News reported this morning that the new Integra just recently presented will actually be the Japanese automaker’s last new gasoline-powered model to come to fruition. The outlet offered this conclusion following an interview with Emile Korkor, Acura's assistant vice president of national sales, in which he said that “We are excited about what this latest [Integra] is going to do for building a loyal customer base as we build toward electrification.”
Last December, again speaking to Automotive News, Emile Korkor had mentioned that Acura was committed to electrification and would not be launching more hybrid vehicles as it transitions.
After that, we'll see more Acura products based on the platform Honda is developing for its future electric models, the e:Architecture structure. The first products expected with this structure should show up in 2026.