BenzWorld Senior Member
Date registered: Nov 2009
Vehicle: 2001 SL500, 2012 Corvette Z06, 2013 Lexus RX350, 2012 Cadillac CTS Coupe, 2015 Ram Sport
Location: Calgary, AB, Canada
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The windscreen attaches to the roll bar with straps and clips. That sounds low-tech but it fits snugly and looks fine. It hinges independently, so you can flip it up without raising the roll bar, but it does not interfere with the roll bar. My car has straps and a cover inside against the back of the trunk to store it, but I usually leave mine mounted. It closes the space behind the seats when it is folded down.
It is almost useless at blocking any wind unless you raise the side windows, and in my opinion, our cars look really dorky with the windows raised, so I rarely use the wind screen, and only when my wife is in the car. I don't have long enough hair to care about wind.
(The side windows have those sharp back corners that ruin the lines of the car. Like the raised soft top, they are both unshapely and look like design afterthoughts - in my opinion.)