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JEDe sign Seat Leon 1 P Wide Body


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Well-known SEAT tuning specialist, JE Design is now presenting the highlight of its Leon suite - a wide body with wing doors. JE Design also gives the new turbo-charged petrol engine an extra boost. The direct injection TFSI engine, which VW has recently started to fit, promises a great deal of tuning potential. By means of modification to the engine management system, JE DESIGN squeezes 180/(244) kW/(bhp) and 355 Nm from this 2-litre turbo-charged fourcylinder engine, which otherwise generates 147/(200) kW/(bhp) and 280 Nm in the Seat Leon. This power boost enables this handsome Spaniard to race along 13 km/h faster than the standard version.

Even more impressive than the top speed of 242 km/h is the awesome acceleration. The 6.4 seconds it takes to sprint from 0 to 100 instead of the standard 7.3 speak for themselves! The acceleration boost comes complete with a TÜV parts certificate. Needless to say, after this power enhancement, the engine still complies with the EI regulations.

For the exterior, a new front grille without a badge is fitted while headlight lens covers lend this Spaniard a more serious "look". JE Design's front spoiler and the boot-lid rear spoiler produce a liftreducing effect. Finally, it shows off Visage wheels (2-piece rim design with titanium bolts) in the dimension 10 x 18 ET 31 with size 255/35 ZR 18 tyres.

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