JE Design revealed a new wide body-kit for the latest generation Seat Leon Cupra, as well as a new power-kit and various other modifications. Now, we don’t get t osee a modified Seat every day, so I’m a bit curious as to how this ended up. The tuner’s wide body-kit for the Leon Cupra is priced at 6,188 Euro; it includes a three-part front bumper, wider wheel arches, side skirts, and a new rear apron with an integrated carbon look diffuser.
The JE Design garage will also wrap the Seat, including the spoiler lip, grille frame, mirror caps, and air outlet struts, in a graphite matte foil. Along with the wheels, this will set you back 3,570 Euro; a set of 105 x 85 millimeter exhaust tail pipes and for an extra 238 Euro, a set of LED turn signals integrated into the air outlet of the rear wheel arch flares can also be fitted onto the car. Oh, and let’s not forge the LED rain light from Formula 1 (250 Euro).
Let’s talk power! The power-kit will increase the output of the 2.0-liter turbocharged engine from 206 kW/280 hp to 258 kW/350 hp and 440 Nm of torque. 0 to 62 mph (0-100 km/h) is dealt with in 5.4 seconds and top speed is now 155 mph (250 km/h). The power upgrade will cost you 1,899 Euro. The tuner will happily provide KW coil-over suspension DCC Plug & Play for 2,299 Euro, which will reduce the Seat’s ride height by 45 mm. Not bad at all!