The promo car was created for the upcoming Software World Conference.
Slovakia's IT security specialist ESET has employed the services of Bulgaria's foremost tuning firm Studio Vilner to create a promotional car for the upcoming Software World Conference. ESET, famed for its Nod32 antivirus software package, requested that a car be dressed in the company's colors and having spent a couple of months at Vilner's main facility, a first generation Audi A3 was duly transformed both inside and out.
After coating the car in ESET's colors and logos, the exterior was given new headlamps, clear taillights, a roof spoiler and a set of 17-inch MAK alloys. The A3's interior was re-upholstered in high-quality Nappa leather and Alcantara, and a new handmade steering wheel and revised instrument panel were also added. Vilner completed the package by adorning the headliner with ESET's robot symbol and installing a Samsung Android Galaxy tablet in the center console.