Seat Sharpens Leon’s Looks in the UK with a Sports Styling Kit

Seat has announced a Sports Styling Kit for the new Leon in the UK, styled by the carmaker’s design center in Martorell, Spain. Available from any Seat dealership as a retrofit option, the Leon Sports Styling Kit can be fitted on the five-door Leon and three-door Leon SC, but not on the Leon ST wagon.

Seat says the Sports Styling Kit visually lowers the car, giving it a more aggressive stance from any angle. The kit includes a new front bumper including revised fog lamps, side sills, roof spoiler, and a rear bumper that includes a contrasting black diffuser and twin sports exhaust pipes. 19-inch Sports wheels, available in either black or silver, complement the Leon Sports Styling Kit.

Customers can opt either for the entire kit, available fully fitted and painted from any Seat dealership, or for select components. Each part can be ordered separately, with Seat saying every one has been designed to avoid looking incongruous when fitted alone. The Leon Sports Styling Kit is compatible with S, SE and FR versions of the car.

The entire package costs £4,998 (€5,967) with VAT, painting and fitting at an approved Seat dealership. For those wanting to purchase the parts separately, the prices are as follows:

Front bumper: £1,500
Rear bumper: £975
Rear roof spoiler: £399
Side skirts: £645
Twin sports exhaust: £480
Alloy wheels: £999.

By Dan Mihalascu



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