The Renault Wind is a coupe -cabriolet by the French automobile manufacturer Renault. The vehicle was unveiled at the 80th Geneva International Motor Show on March 2, 2010. Launch in Europe was in September 2010.
The vehicle is based on the platform of the Renault Twingo II and was like this in the Slovenian factory built in Novo Mesto. The electric retractable hardtop expanded to 12 seconds in the trunk. The wind is in contrast to the same concept car of 2004, a pure two-seater without a rumble seat. The basic version was available at launch for 16,900 euros.
Production ended in June 2013.
Main feature of the wind is its L-shaped opening 180 ° top, similar to the Ferrari 575 Superamerica. In this way, promises a Renault Öffnungs-/Schließzeit of 12 seconds.
The Renault Wind existed in Germany in the Dynamique trim levels and Night & Day.
In Austria he was in the base version only wind with the smaller engine, as an exception, and in the top version Gordini (equivalent to the German Night & Day version) with two engines available. There are 4 metallic and 1 Solid paint were offered.