Renault Wind Gordini Goes to Geneva

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And the picture is now complete... After this past year French manufacturer Renault introduced, one by one, the Gordini editions of the Twingo, Twing RS and Clio, it's time for another model in the French lineup to get the special touch. Revealed for the first time on Monday, January 31, to all Renault's Facebook fans, the Wind Gordini will be presented at the 2010 Geneva Auto Show in March. The model brings little performance tweaks, but the number and nature of visual and comfort enhancements make up for it, in full. The Wind receives, together with the Gordini badge, a new set of 17-inch black diamond alloy wheel, a body painted in Malta blue, adorned with two white stripes that run the length of the car Glacier white door mirrors, grille trim and rear wing, and a glossy black roof. The interior of the coupe-roadster, as Renault calls it, will also get a few enhancements, which start with the special “Gordini” black and blue leather upholstery, blue and white door straps, a blue leather steering wheel with white stripes at the top, and a gear lever with a leather gaiter and metal knob with the Gordini name. The regular Wind model is powered by a 1.2l turbocharged engine which develops 100 horsepower. It comes equipped with fog lights, rear spoiler, aluminium wheels, sport seats, airbags, power locks and power windows. autoevolution will be attending the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, so stay tuned for some real up close and personal shots of the vehicles, as well as for first-hand details of the motorized contraptions presented at the event.
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