The Seat Exeo is not the first car you would expect to get modded out by tuners, but the folks at JE Design wanted to turn the compact executive into a sports car.

German tuners JE Design have set their sights on the Seat Exeo for an extreme makeover. Although not the first car you would think of for aftermarket upgrades, the company already mods out many Seat models, as well as vehicles from VW, Audi, Skoda, and Porsche.

The modifications include a new body kit, turning the "middle class limousine" into "a sports car with four doors," according to their press release. JE Design brings a new front spoiler and sport radiator grille to give the car a more aggressive look when compared to the somewhat stodgy Exeo base model. This idea is augmented by the "carbon look" rear diffuser panel, and the customized side sills.

Here, the Exeo has also been lowered down by 35 millimeters thanks to a custom set of sport springs developed specifically for this car. The tuners included their own multispoke, 8x19-inch light alloys in a graphite silver matte finish. 18-inch wheels are also available. One other nice touch is the stainless steel quad-exhaust with sport muffler, that gives the Exeo a new sound matching the new look.

All of the equipment above should be available for separate purchase. These pics show the car with the whole package, priced together at €2,663 including taxes ($3,506).


JE Design Adds Seat Exeo to Tuning Range