Renault Wind is a two-seater coupé-roadster, 3.83 metres in length, which features a different way of opening up. The Wind has a novel electric roof that pivots open in 12 seconds and brings a different take on car for drivers enjoying wind in the hair. The new model is aimed at motorists who prefer a vehicle which is not only distinctive and compact, but also convertible yet practical enough for everyday use.
According to Renault, the Wind's compact dimensions make it a nimble machine in and about town, and provides enough luggage space (270dm3 VDA) irrespective of the position of the roof.
Headquartered in Boulogne-Billancourt, France, Renault is a global producer of cars, vans, buses, tractors and trucks. The company owns the Romanian automaker, Automobile Dacia and the Korean automaker, Renault Samsung Motors.