Interior features of the Renault Wind Gordini Convertible Coupe, designed to provide maximum comfort in the compactness of the car, show off the racing design of the Gordini style at every turn. Blue and white are prominent colors displayed throughout the entire vehicle, right down to the blue steering wheel with white stripes. The cosmetic changes that were made are the only real difference in the overall design of the Convertible Coupe, with a few minor additions. The Renault Wind Gordini Convertible Coupe includes a Bluetooth for hands free conversation, a USB connection for any personal devices, and an alarm that has been approved by insurance companies. Climate control has also been added. The standard features provided in older models are still prevalent in this one. Airbags for both the driver and the passenger, easily viewable displays and a shiny leather interior provide convenience and the same amount of storage space is still available. There are only two seats, and the design is focused mainly on the driver, but overall a very comfortable ride made possible by what lies underneath.
Many of the changes made to the outside of the Renault Wind Gordini Convertible Coupe are cosmetic changes. The exterior still boasts speed and a smooth ride on one of two engines, and there are still 17 inch alloy wheels to get drivers where they are going. There are other color options to choose from, but the Gordini model limits those choices to maintain the sporty feel and look. The top still slides into a cover under the trunk hood and still opens electronically in a measly 12 seconds. The security and safety features of the older version are maintained in the Gordini Convertible, providing drivers with an electronic stability program and anti-lock brakes, as well as brake assist for drivers. The nameplate has been changed from past versions to reflect the Gordini name, but overall the exterior features of the Renault Wind Gordini Convertible Coupe have gone unchanged.