2009 Seat Leon Cupra Facelift by JE Design

Article by Christian Andrei, on August 29, 2010

An aftermarket package for the 2009 Seat Leon Cupra Facelift has been released by the German tuning specialists at JE Design. The package features a new aerodynamics kit, increased performance and redesigned interior.

The JE Design Cupra is truly striking with its LED-daytime running lights (299 Euro) in the Dark-Line Design which are perfectly integrated into the front side blends above the fog lights.

For 2,930 Euro, you can purchase the complete wheel set of 19-inch large, glossy black rims with a silver edge hold high-performance tires in the dimension 225/35 R 19. If you want to customize with Elegance leather equipment, you only have to pay 1,599 Euro.

Other interior features include the individual logo (79 Euro) on the front backrests, the two-level seat heating (379 Euro), the electrically adjustable lordosis-support for back-protecting traveling (319 Euro) and the massage system that works very silently with 12 programs (429 Euro).

What's most impressive about the package is its power! The tuners have increased the TSFI engine power output from 240 hp to 285 hp, while the maximum torque point rises from 300 to 385 Nm.

The powertrain enables the Cupra to go from zero to sixty in only 5.9 seconds, making it half a second faster than the production model. The maximum speed is now of 261 km/h (162 mph).

The performance kit is priced at 1,499 Euro, while the four-pipe system of the end silencer can be purchased at 899 Euro. The double stainless steel pipes roar on both rear ends, while the car has been lowered with 40 mm due to a coilover suspension.

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