Seat Exeo gets tuning program from JE Design
There’s not a lot of news going around about Seat’s new car, the Exeo, who received some pretty negative feedback at its debut, last year in Paris. But here’s a tuning program, one of the first, I think, coming from the German tuner JE Design. There were no important mechanical changes (except a 35 mm ride height lowering kit) or engine upgrades mention, so we assume it’s only a styling package, with new sport radiator grille without the SEAT logo, new front spoiler, new side skirts, diffuser panel with carbon look, new exhaust with sport end muffler and four stainless steel pipes and JE Design light allow Multispoke wheels available in 18- and 19-inch dimensions (shadow silver or graphite silver matt finish). All equipments are available for separate purchase, with prices ranging from 199 Euros ($260) for the radiator grille up to 899 Euros ($1,190) for the exhaust.
If we want to be a little mean to Seat, we’d probably say the reason there aren’t many tuning programs for the car would be that any package available for the previous generation Audi A4 would probably fit perfectly the new Exeo too. But we’re not going to be mean and we’re gonna say the JE Design package is a decent addition to the Exeo sedan.
Photo Gallery: Seat Exeo tuning by JE Design
[Source: JE Design (Via WorldCarFans) ]
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