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Seat Exeo ST by JE Design

Je Design Seat Exeo 1 at Seat Exeo ST by JE Design

Recently we’ve been seeing too many high-end tuned cars, so it’s refreshing to see a nice kit for a more ordinary vehicle. JE Design’s Seat Exeo ST gets enhanced looks, power, speed and luxury over the standard car. We’re just not digging the color!

The bodykit consists of a front spoiler (379 Euro including VAT) and a sport radiator grill without the logo (199 Euro), side skirts (two-part set for 399 Euro), the diffuser blind in carbon look (299 Euro) and the rear top spoiler (199 Euro).You also get 19-inch Multispoke with a graphite matt surface and matt silver edges wheels with 235/35 R 19 tires (entire wheel set for 2,930 Euro). They’re complemented by KW coilover suspension (starting at 929 Euro).

JE also tweaks the engines, both petrol and diesel units. With an optimised engine management (1179 Euro), the 2-litre TDI now renders 205 hp (151 kW) instead of the serial 170 hp (125 kW). This is an increase of more than 20 percent. Therefore, also the maximum torque of the Diesel engine rises from 350 to 385 Newton metres. The strongest petrol engine reaches 211 hp (155 kW) with Seat. JE DESIGN even brings the TSFI-engine (1379 Euro) to 270 hp (199 kW) and lifts the maximum torque from 320 to 390 Newton metres.

Then to make the engine sounds like it’s tuned, they install two sport rear silencers with two double stainless steel pipes for 899 Euro.

They’ve done a great job inside the cabin with leather equipment Elegance (1599 Euro), gear shift skirt and the hand brake cuff (together for 179 Euro), as well as optional items like two-level seat heating (379 Euro), an electrically adjustable lordosis-rest for back-protection while travelling (319 Euro) or the massage system which is integrated in the seats (429 Euro).

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