Yes, the U.S. eventually received the Integra Type R. But that wasn’t until Acura brought it to our shores as a 1997 model-year vehicle. For nearly two years beforehand, Honda sold the model elsewhere. Besides its Japanese Domestic Market looks and right-hand-drive setup, the earlier Honda-badged Integra Type R shares the same key characteristics that make its Acura counterpart such a joy. Now, more U.S. consumers can partake in that joy by nabbing a JDM-spec 1995 model.