Geneva launch for upgraded version of Renault's new baby roadster
2 February 2011

Renault will launch this Gordini version of its baby Wind roadster at the Geneva motor show next month, ahead of a UK launch in June.

The Renault Wind Gordini is expected to be offered with the firm’s 131bhp 1.6-litre petrol engine and features a range of cosmetic changes inside and out, as seen on Renault’s current Gordini range.

See the official pics of the Renault Wind Gordini

Exterior changes include new 17-inch alloys, Malta blue bodywork with twin white racing stripes, Glacier white door mirrors, grille trim and rear wing, and a black gloss roof. New ‘G’ badging is also added.

Inside, the Wind Gordini gets black and blue leather upholstery, blue and white door straps, a leather steering wheel with blue and white trim at the top and a gear lever with a leather gaiter and the Gordini name.

Gordini trim is currently offered on the Renaultsport Twingo and Clio models, as well as the standard Twingo.

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