French carmaker Renault will reveal its new coupe-roadster, the Wind in a World Premiere at the Geneva Motor Show on March 2nd. The model features a highly innovative way of opening up. Its electric roof can be opened in only 12 seconds, bringing a completely different take on a car for drivers who enjoy open top motoring. This model is not only distinctive and compact, but it is also convertible yet practical enough for everyday use. It is the only car in its class to provide just as much luggage space whatever the position of the roof. The signature of the brand is Drive the Change and Wind is a model affordable for everyone. The French automaker will unveil it at the Geneva Motor Show, on March 2nd during a press conference.
RENAULT TO UNVEIL WIND AT GENEVA
In a World Premiere at the Geneva Motor Show on 2 March, Renault will unveil its brand-new coupe-roadster - Wind.
Wind is a two-seater coupe-roadster of 3.83 metres in length which features a highly innovative way of opening up. With its novel electric roof that pivots open in just 12 seconds, Wind brings a completely different take on a car for drivers who enjoy open top motoring.
Wind is aimed at motorists who lust after a car that is not only distinctive and compact, but also convertible yet practical enough for everyday use.
Although Wind`s compact dimensions make it a nimble machine in and about town, it is the only car of its class to provide just as much luggage space (270dm3 VDA) whatever the position of the roof.
True to Renault`s brand signature "Drive the Change", Wind makes passion affordable for everyone.
Wind will be unveiled at a press conference on the Renault stand at the Geneva Motor Show at 4:15pm on 2 March.
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