The Honda Civic Type R’s more refined brother has arrived. The new Acura Integra Type S returns after a 20+ year absence in the American market. It’s now better in just about every way, including 320 horsepower from a turbocharged four-cylinder that’s mated to a proper six-speed manual transmission and a limited-slip differential. The Type S also gets a performance-tuned Adaptive Damper System, Brembo front brakes, and lightweight 19″ wheels. The Type S adds nearly three inches of width, a bigger grille, an aluminum hood with scoop, more aggressive fender trim and rocker panels, bigger front intakes, and a different rear fascia with triple center exhaust outlets. The result is an angrier-looking Integra with even more performance than the 200-hp Integra. Inside, the Type S gets more aggressive sport seats with perforated leather and suede, a 10.2″ configurable digital gauge cluster, a 9″ touchscreen with wireless CarPlay and Android Auto, a wireless charging deck, and a 16-speaker ELS Studio 3D audio system. The new Integra Type S will go on sale this June at an estimated price of under $50,000.