Je Design revealed a new tuning package for the 2010 Seat Leon FR. The package upgrades both performance and styling upgrades and is available for both petrol and diesel versions.

For the petrol version, the TFSI-engine has been upgraded to deliver a total of 270 hp and 355 NM. As a result, the 0 to 60 mph sprint is now made in 6.2 seconds. For the diesel version, the tuner has added a Can-Tronic boosts that updates the output to 204 hp and the torque to 380 NM. The 0 to 60 mph sprint went down to 7.6 seconds.

The aerodynamics package includes: bold headlight blends, LED daytime running lights, front spoiler with the double lip, side skirts, rear skirt attachment, center diffuser attachment, four-pipe exhaust system and 19inch wheels.

Press release after the jump.

Press release

At Seat, FR stands for Formula Racing. But that was not exciting enough for the JE DESIGN engineers. They turned the new Seat Leon FR into a real sports car which has significantly gained power and also shows it.

Seat Leon FR by Je Design
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The Seat two-litre petrol engine produces 211 hp (155 kW) in the serial model. Due to an optimisation of the control unit, JE DESIGN increases the performance of the TFSI-engine by a good quarter to 270 hp (199 kW). The maximum torque leaps from 280 to 355 Newton metres. Instead of 7.1 seconds, the JE DESIGN-Leon reaches the 100 kph barrier in already 6.2 seconds. JE DESIGN offers the performance enhancement for 1499 Euros including VAT, assembly and a one-year warranty.

Also the Diesel engine becomes brawnier after JE DESIGN engineers put the finishing touches on their work. The additional electronics Can-Tronic boosts the two-litre TDI from 170 hp (125 kW) to 204 hp (150 kW) and the maximum torque from 350 to 380 Newton metres. Therefore the sprint from 0 to 100 kph is reduced from 8.2 to 7.6 seconds. The price is 1339 Euros and also includes VAT, assembly and warranty.

Seat Leon FR by Je Design
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The Leon FR by JE DESIGN proudly presents this newly acquired power with bold headlight blends (89 Euros), LED daytime running lights (299 Euros) and its aerodynamics pack. The front spoiler with the double lip (279 Euros) draws the vehicle to the road. The side skirts (299 Euros) calm down the air flow which derives from the new rear skirt attachment (299 Euros) and the centre diffuser attachment (99 Euros) at the rear. There, the end muffler with its mighty four-pipe system (899 Euros) unmistakably confirms that this is no serial Seat.

By lowering the vehicle, the car receives a sportier look and a better handling at the same time. Owing to the lowering springs (159 Euros), the Seat is 35 millimetres closer to the road. With the coilover suspension (979 Euros), an individual lowering from 15 to 40 millimetres can be achieved. Therefore, the new 19-inch wheels look especially impressive. The elegant and dynamic design of the Multispoke wheels glows in black and has a polished rim bead. Sport wheels measuring 225/35R 19 ensure a safe contact to the road (entire wheel set for 2930 Euros).

The most significant difference between the JE DESIGN Leon and its serial counterpart shows as soon as the driver opens the doors. The wing door hinges (1499 Euros) first open the doors outwards before they safely glide upwards.

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And as if the refinement of the engine and the exterior were not impressive enough, JE DESIGN additionally enhances the interior. Seats, door linings and the centre armrest are all wrapped in noble leather (1599 Euros). Thereby, the colour combination between leather and stitches can be chosen without any additional charges. A two-stage seat heating (379 Euros) is offered as well as an adjustable lordosis support (319 Euros). But the highlight of the interior refinement is not visible: the driver and the passengers can indulge in the luxury of the massage system in the seats which offers twelve programmes (429 Euros). Moreover, the refiner offers to embroider a logo into the back rests (79 Euros) according to the wishes of the customer.

Moreover, the refining experts from Leingarten also offer noble leather for the steering wheel (399 Euros), the gear shift skirt and the hand brake cuff (together for 179 Euros).

Seat Leon FR by Je Design
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With the Leon FR, JE DESIGN once again confirms its competence in refining Seat automobiles. With the performance enhancement, the entire aerodynamics pack and a keen eye for details, the engineers developed a dynamic and overall harmonious automobile.

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  (398) posted on 07.15.2011

The styling of the car is great and I think its spacious in the interior. However, too bad that the gull wing have affects the engine performance and power output of the car.

  (506) posted on 07.15.2011

I think this car can be subjected being a gas guzzler and the styling in the exterior is quite bloat loaded. Although the styling in the car is decent and clean. IMO, this car needs a serious facelift.

  (397) posted on 06.27.2011

I think Seat is wrong for categorizing this car as a hatchback because with those wings and front hood I can tell that they are building a racing car..with a spacious interior!

  (399) posted on 06.27.2011

The exterior of this car is freaking “BLOAT LOADED”! IMO, it would be better if they have removed that butterfly wings and this car needs a serious facelift! However, I like wide space in the rear passenger.

  (683) posted on 03.7.2011

haha. Those scissor car looks so odd. So, JE design likes those kind of door huh.
They are loosing there creativity. That orange color looks old nowadays!

  (428) posted on 01.28.2010

"If looks could kill; it a mouth watering set of custom car done by JE DESIGN. specially the suicide type door add some looks to it.

  (612) posted on 01.25.2010

nice set of Mags, I really love it’s interior design specially the color orange linings on the flat black leather seats. also its suicidal doors. I’ll give 5 star to JE Design.

  (570) posted on 12.27.2009

Seat The new JE Design SEAT Leon with the “FR” version was designed by the same spe t from Leingarten, Germany.

  (808) posted on 12.17.2009

i don’t see much of this Seat Leon thing on the road, so I’m not familiar with it. but i say this is one hell of a machine. nice body kits done by JE DESIGNS and its HP is reasonable for Hatchback.

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