Thanks to all kind of viruses, malwares and hackers, the anti-virus business is booming. You can tell that by looking at the ways these companies spend on their advertisements. You may remember Kaspersky used to sponsor Ferrari F1 team, and now ESET, the guys who make Nod32 anitvirus, asked famous tuner Vilner to make them a show car fro the World Software Conference in Bulgaria.
This show car is based on an old Audi A3, which isn’t exactly posh. But give ESET a break, they’re not as rich as those Russians from Kaspersky. Still, Vilner has done a good job tuning the car, especially inside the cabin. Interiors, after all, are Vilner’s specialty.
The car is finished on the outside in pearl white and turquoise with gray accents, inspired by ESET logo. It also gets Hella headlights and InPros tail lights, as well as 17-inch wheels. Inside you notice the new Nappa leather and Alcantara upholstery with white and turquoise stitching, as well as a custom dashboard with accents in the same color. Other features include a Ground Zero audio system, front and rear cameras and a built-in Samsung smartphone.