2011 Renault Wind Roadster Gordini review and pictures

Posted on Monday, 7 February 2011 , 14:02:12 byVeronica

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Renault Wind Roadster Gordini

The 2011 Renault Wind Roadster Gordini is an exclusive model that will be presented at the Geneva Motor Show in March and is aimed to expand the coupe-roadster range, being available with the finest equipment.
Expressing a community spirit that has travelled over the years and the drivers flashed their headlamps when they met on the road as a sign of recognition when they met on the road, the innovative move made by Renault was to announce the community about the Wind Roadster Gordini.
Designed as a true driver's car, it is finished in Malta blue bodywork and shod with 17-inch black diamond alloy wheels, together with Gordini look emphasized by a "G".The interior design of the Wind Roadster Gordini is defined by premium quality with its black and blue leather upholstery, blue and white door straps as well as a blue leather steering wheel.

Renault reveals the fourth vehicle in the Gordini Line-UU: Wind Roadster Gordini



Following the successful launch of the Twingo and Clio Gordini models, Renault's stylish Wind Roadster is the next to receive the "French touch". Expanding the coupe-roadster range with a version featuring the finest equipment available on the chic two-seater, this exclusive model will be presented at the forthcoming Geneva Motor Show from 1 March 2011.


A true driver's car, the coupe-roadster proudly bears the Gordini colours. Shod with 17-inch black diamond alloy wheels, it features Malta blue bodywork with trademark twin white stripes, Glacier white door mirrors, grille trim and rear wing, and a gloss black roof. A badge marked with a "G" completes the Gordini look.


Wind Roadster Gordini also places particular emphasis on interior design. The cabin features special "Gordini" black and blue leather upholstery, blue and white door straps and a blue leather steering wheel with the signature white stripes on the centreband. A leather gear lever gaiter and polished metal gearknob bearing the Gordini name complete the look.


But first and foremost, the Gordini name expresses a community spirit that has travelled down the years. Just as Gordini drivers of the 1960s and 1970s flashed their headlamps as a sign of recognition when they met on the road, so the modern Gordini community meets up on social networks. In an innovative move by Renault, they were the first to receive news of the Wind Roadster Gordini reveal with a teaser posted on the Gordini fan page on Facebook on 31 January.