Renault is set to launch a Gordini version of its Wind roadster.

The new model will revealed at the Geneva show ahead of its introduction to the UK in June.


As with Gordini versions of the Clio and Twingo, the Wind will get the trademark twin white stripes over Malta blue bodywork, as well as 17-inch black diamond alloys.

Though it hasn't been confirmed yet, expect the range-topping roadster to be offered with the top-spec 131bhp 1.6-litre petrol unit.



Inside the car will get the uprated Gordini blue and black leather upholstery, and is also likely to gain more kit than the standard model.

Alongside the new Wind, Renault will also launch a special edition of the Megane Coupe at next month's show.



Dubbed the Monaco GP, the Megane comes with pearlescent Arctic White paint, offset by gloss black 17-inch alloys, door mirrors and rear diffuser.

The model is based on the Laguna Monaco GP, which is also updated for Geneva.