A compact convertible with the Gordini touch, the Renault Wind Gordini Convertible Coupe provides consumers with the wind on the open road in a compact car that has a touch of the racing sport style. With a flip top roof reminiscent of the Ferrari, and all of the racing details of the Gordini Sport, this convertible is one of a kind and road ready for every destination. There is no detail that has been left untouched, and there are many others that can be changed on demand. For one of the smallest convertibles to be found, the Renault Wind Gordini Convertible Coupe provides great handling and a sporty look without sacrificing the comfort that individuals require simply as a matter of preference. With the Gordini racing name plastered to all of the details of the car, engine options allow drivers to choose between speed and sport and quiet safety regardless of where they are going. The interior of the Renault Wind Gordini Convertible Coupe is just as user-friendly as the outside, making it ideal for every driver.
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There are two engines available for the Wind. The first is a 1.2-liter inline-4 that delivers 100 horsepower and 112 pound-feet of torque. So, while this car may look sporty, it is not winning any races off the line. If you want a bit more power, the 1.6-liter engine boosts performance up to 133 horsepower and 118 pound-feet of torque. It weighs under 2,500 pounds and manages to return an average of 37.3 mpg.
Although the Renault Wind Gordini Convertible Coupe is a compact car with all of the style of a sport vehicle, it provides many interior features that offer ideal comfort for all kinds of drives. From the seats that wrap the occupants in comfort to the storage in the trunk, this convertible is ideal for everyday use. Speaking of cargo space, even with the top down, the Wind still offers 9.5 cubic feet of space. The features that are needed for daily driving are easily within reach, and all of the trim and details on the inside add the classic Gordini touch. With only two seats, it is definitely not a family car. The Gordini Convertible has room enough for both passengers to be comfortable though. One of the most unique features about this car besides for the recessed hood is the convertible top. It is a hardtop, but it is one that folds the panels back 180 degrees to stow flat underneath the rear deck. It does this in only 12 seconds, which is not something most people would think is possible in a hardtop convertible.