The new Miss Tuning has been chosen: The crown goes to Liane Günter from Horn-Bad Meinberg in North Rhine-Westphalia. The trained operating room nurse beat out 19 competitors at the Tuning World Bodensee on Sunday, May 3. A year full of VIP events and an exciting jet-set life in the spotlight await the happy winner. The highlight will be a glamorous photo shoot in Berlin for the 2016 Miss Tuning calendar. The 25-year-old beauty queen will be provided with a tuned, fully-equipped low-riding Nissan Juke with 18-inch tires for the duration of her reign.
“I can’t believe it, because I never expected it,” said the newly-crowned winner. “I’m very excited. This is the first time that I have competed in a beauty contest.” The successor to Veronika Klimovits is ready for her yearlong reign as Miss Tuning. “I will do my best and will learn a lot.” Aside from her “sometimes bloody” daily routine, the trained nurse is interested in fast cars, fitness training, dancing and travel. She will exchange the car that she has owned until now, a BMW 1 Coupé, for the Nissan Juke, which she will be happy to “break in”.
For the new Miss Tuning, the coming year will bring more than just the calendar photo shoot with star photographer Max Seam, with the best cars from the European Tuning Showdown serving as a backdrop. She will also participate in the key visual advertising campaign for the next Tuning World Bodensee 2016 (May 5 to 8) as well as a large number of VIP appearances and autograph sessions. Second-place Nicole Meyer (from Flachslanden) and third-place Sarah Helen Hardt (from Göppingen) will not go home empty-handed. Both of them have been awarded a generous amount of spending money for their next shopping spree. As the second-place winner, Nicole Meyer will also win the traditional one-week summer vacation in Ibiza for two.