Renault to launch new Wind Roadster at Geneva

Renault has shown the first pictures of its Wind coupe/convertible which it will launch at the Geneva Motor Show. The new car will be one of the smallest open-topped cars on the road and appears to be closest in concept to the now-discontinued Vauxhall/Opel Tigra.

Details are so far scant, but Renault says the Wind will be just 3.73 metres in length, that its metal folding roof will open in just twelve seconds and that its luggage volume of 270 litres will be the same regardless of whether the roof panel is in the raised or the lowered position; most metal folding roofs stow in the upper section of a car's boot-space, restricting the amount of baggage space available.

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