Definition of windscreen
1 : a screen that protects against the wind
2 chiefly British : windshield
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Staff members who lack garages appreciate the Range Rover’s heated windshield, which makes snow and ice simply melt off of the tall, gigantic windscreen.
The windscreens are remarkably simple and look like 1970s-style Indy car windshields.
The windscreens are remarkably simple and look like '70s-style Indy-car windshields.
The Rallye does have a shorter windscreen than a standard GS, and the Exclusive a larger one.
MORE COVERAGE: Almirola's window net was lowered but safety crews continued to work to release him from the car, removing the windscreen and cutting off the top of the car.
The windscreen is low and provided minimal protection from wind blast.
The earliest first-generation split-windscreen models, dating from 1950 to 1967 have become the most iconic and cherished by collectors.
Passengers pile into its spacious interior through two sliding glass doors and can enjoy a movie on the car's OLED windscreen.
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