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Christopher Bruce0000-00-00 00:00:00

Renault Ending Production of the Wind

It went into production in 2010

 
 
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The Wind was introduced in 2010

RenaultRenaultRenaultFrance, 1898 > present189 models
6115 photos
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CEO Carlos Ghosn says that Renault is dropping production for the Renault WindWindRenault WindFrance, 2010 > present11 versions
26 photos
roadster, a roadster based TwingoTwingo Gen.3 [III]Renault Twingo Gen.3 [III]France, 2014 > present15 versions
130 photos
1 video
but with a two-seat, open-top body.

The car was introduced to the Renault model range in 2010 but sales have not been as high as originally hoped. It was available with either a 1.2-liter turbocharged three-cylinder or naturally aspirated 1.6-liter. There was also a GordiniWind 1.2 TCe GordiniRenault Wind 1.2 TCe GordiniFrance, 2011 > present5 photos
model.

The Wind was built on the same production line as the Twingo in Slovenia. The Twingo will remain in production.

Ghosn has a history of giving models short production runs in Europe. He brought the Nissan CubeCube Gen.3Nissan Cube Gen.3Japan, 2009 > present7 versions
14 photos
to Europe but ended sales after just a year. The Cube is still on sale in the United States.

Source: Car Scoops

Encyclopedia
RenaultRenault
WindWind
WindWind
Engine
Straight 4
Displacement
122 cu in
Top Speed
--
Transmission
6, Manual
Maximum power
136 hp @ 5500 rpm
Type
Roadster
Fuel
Petrol
Fuel consumption (combined)
--
price
--
annual ownership cost
--

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