The current Seat Leon Cupra received some important visual upgrades from its dedicated tuner: JE Design. The five-door hot hatch features a sportier look, thanks to an extensive body-kit, that makes the car not also look good, but also feel good on the road.
The widebody kit, available for 6,188 Euro, includes a three-part bumper attachment, massive wheel arch flares front and rear, side skirts in carbon look and a rear apron with two molded diffusers make the family-friendly model into a brute power athlete. The twin tailpipes integrated in the rear apron with the dimensions 105 x 85 millimeters accent the sporty and aggressive look.
The tuner also installed a flap exhaust system available for 2,380 Euro that consists of a front silencer replacement pipe, center muffler with exhaust flap and rear muffler with outlet to the left and right. All parts are made of high quality stainless steel. The complete system is available both for the JE Design rear apron with square twin tailpipes as well as for the original Cupra rear apron with four tailpipes with a diameter of 80 millimeters (3.1 inches) each.

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The tuning company could not forget about the power reserve hidden under the bonnet. So, with the help of some electronic tweaks, the power jumps from 280 to 350 hp. Impressive performance, that allows a 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) sprint in 5.4 seconds and a limited top speed of 250 km/h (155 mph).
Finally, JE Design also installed a 2299 euro KW coilover suspension that brings the car as much as 45 millimeters (1,8 inches) closer to the tarmac.