The battle for the title of Miss Tuning 2014 has been decided: Veronika Klimovits from Berlin is now the new face of the car-tuning industry. After four exciting trade fair days, the 25-year-old model and naturopathy student prevailed over 20 rivals during the beauty contest finale of Tuning World Bodensee on Sunday, May 4. Besides a glamorous photo shoot in Kenya for the 2015 Miss Tuning Calendar, the happy winner can look forward to a full year of VIP events and an exciting jet-set lifestyle in the limelight. She will also enjoy the use of a beautifully customized Skoda Rapid Spaceback as her official vehicle during her tenure.
“I’m overjoyed! The other girls were all so wonderful, I never expected to win,” enthused the newly crowned winner. The successor to Leonie Hagmeyer-Reyinger is most looking forward to the calendar shoot in Kenya, for which she also has the required modeling experience. Her leisure interests center on art and photography, and when she gets a quiet moment, she also creates her own artwork. This future naturopath will happily trade her current car, a 220 hp Mercedes, for a customized official vehicle during the period of her tenure.
In the coming year, our new Miss Tuning can look forward not only to the calendar shoot with star photographer Max Seam, but also the key-visual promotional campaign for next year’s Tuning World Bodensee 2015 (April 30 to May 3), as well as numerous VIP appearances and autograph sessions. And our second and third place winners, Julia Oemler (19, from Petersberg) and Viktoria Fischer (20, from Schwabmünchen), will not depart empty-handed. Each will enjoy a shopping spree with generous spending allowance. As second-place winner, Julia has also won a one-week summer vacation for two.