ESET Gets a Nod32 Audi A3 Antivirus Car from Vilner
Case in point, this strange looking first-generation Audi A3, which has been infected with some sort of virus that tuned it the same colors as that antivirus we mentioned.
The scenario where they start to think for themselves and no longer require us hasn’t yet happened, as 2035 is a long way away. Still, this is an interesting car, actually created by Bulgarian tuner Vilner for the IT security company ESET.
Starting with the exterior, the old A3 got a brand new full-body respray in the same white and turquoise as the antivirus packaging. Meanwhile, the front headlight have been replaced by aftermarket ones with not glass and three bulbs, while the taillights are now fully transparent.
Vilmer is a master at custom interiors, so they haven’t disappointed us at all, fitting custom upholstery to the dash, seats, steering wheel, doors and an amazing robot face on the roof lining.
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