(continued from above)
Of course, should the
heavens open, the chic two-seater is more than capable of coping, thanks to its
ingenious roof which rotates closed in only 12 seconds.
The third Gordini
to join the fold, in Wind Roadster guise, it welcomes the trademark Malta Blue
metallic paint with twin white Gordini stripes (Pearl Black and Glacier White
are no cost options. White versions come with chrome effect bodywork detailing),
plus the usual Gordini badges on the side pillars. Adding to the exterior style
with the 'French Touch', both the 1.2 and 1.6 versions benefit from white door
mirrors, grille trim and cowls, 17-inch alloy wheels with a polished face and
gloss black inserts.
The upmarket theme continues in the cockpit-style cabin with
Gordini blue and dark grey leather seats with embossed Gordini logo, numbered
Gordini plaque (1-200), satin chrome effect gearknob with blue Gordini badge and
blue gearstick surround.
Complementing the Gordini touches is a high
standard specification, including Bluetooth connectivity, climate control,
multi-functional TunePoint for USB connections and Thatcham category 1 alarm.
The latest version can also be upgraded with three key options. The most
eye-catching is a Renaultsport exhaust (1.6 only), joined by 17-inch Gordini
alloy wheels with polished face and blue inserts, plus a wind deflector.
The revised prices for the full Wind Roadster range are already in place, making
the entertaining and well-specified coupe-roadster an even more tempting