JE Design makes the Cupra Ateca wider and faster
Widebodykit, chassis, performance: JE Design gives the Cupra Ateca a cure based on the classic tuning rule of three “deeper, wider, faster”.
0.4 seconds faster to 100 km / h
The tailpipes are optionally available in silver or black. There are several designs to choose from on the rim side.
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The Widebodykit consists of ten individual components, is mounted on the standard parts and fits the Ateca’s pre-facelift. Together with the golden 20-inch models, it gives the Cupra SUV a much more eye-catching look. (You have to pay attention to this with new rims!) The extra performance fits in with this. The two-liter turbo four-cylinder in the Cupra Ateca normally delivers a smooth 300 hp. JE Design increases this number to 360 and the torque from 400 to 450 Nm. According to the tuner, the all-wheel drive should sprint from 0 to 100 km / h in 4.8 instead of 5.2 seconds, while the top speed of 247 km / h remains unchanged.
For the A flap exhaust system provides the right sound, whose characteristics can be set via the driving modes. Speaking of adjusting: The standard shock absorbers are retained despite the 30 mm lowering, so the DCC adaptive chassis remains fully functional. All tuning parts come with a two-year or 100,000 kilometer guarantee from first registration as well as a parts certificate for Europe and Switzerland. JE Design reveals prices on request. The revamped Cupra Ateca is available from 45,630 euros (Seat Ateca 2.0 TDI at carwow.de with savings of up to 7891 euros!)
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