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In a World Première at the Geneva Motor Show on 2 March, Renault will unveil its brand-new coupé-roadster – Wind.
Wind is a two-seater coupé-roadster of 3.83 metres in length which features a highly innovative way of opening up. With its novel electric roof that pivots open in just 12 seconds, Wind brings a completely different take on a car for drivers who enjoy open top motoring.
Wind is aimed at motorists who lust after a car that is not only distinctive and compact, but also convertible yet practical enough for everyday use.
Although Wind’s compact dimensions make it a nimble machine in and about town, it is the only car of its class to provide just as much luggage space (270dm3 VDA) whatever the position of the roof.
True to Renault’s brand signature “Drive the Change”, Wind makes passion affordable for everyone.
Wind will be unveiled at a press conference on the Renault stand at the Geneva Motor Show at 4:15pm on 2 March.
The unique 599 GTO will be unveiled in March at the Geneva Motor-Show with a planned production run of approximatly 450 units, each priced at around 300 thousand pounds each. This will be the first time that the Italian sportscar manufacturer will use the GTO badge since the F40 super car.
The 599 GTO will be a road going version of the Ferrari Corse Clienti special, the Ferrari 599XX. Through the extensive use of lightweight carbon fiber paneling, essentially dropping about 300 pounds from the GT car, bringing the curb weight down to 1440 kilograms. Meanwhile the free flowing 6.0 Liter V12 will be tuned to deliver somewhere between 670 HP and 710 HP making the future 599 GTO a real stallion that will be able to sprint from 0 to 60 MPH in approximately 3.2 seconds and gallop all the way to a 217 MPH top speed.