The Opel/Vauxhall Adam is going to outshine the Fiat 500. It looks similar to the Fiat 500 but with a touch of elegance and definition. The new compact car looks crisp and clean with its modern and stylish design, which sure to grab attention from many environmentalists and urban dwellers.
The Opel/Vauxhall Adam is engineered and produced in Germany. It’s Opel’s first urban car with boldly visual designed to give a sense of uniqueness and dynamics. Along with its urban, modern look, you will sure to find a lot of new high-end technologies, including a new onboard infotainment system which integrates the owner’s smartphone in the car (Android and Apple iOS) for internet-based applications. In addition, MP3 players, iPodsTM and tablets can be connected to the Adam by using Bluetooth and USB connectivity.
“The new Opel ADAM offers lots of growth potential for our brand. We are very proud that our fashionable small car brings German engineering excellence to its segment,” says Opel CEO Karl-Friedrich Stracke. “In fact, the ADAM is the only A-segment car that will be exclusively built in Germany. We are sure that it will get a fantastic reception in Paris at its world premiere in September:”
Measuring almost 3.70 meters in length and 1.72 meters in width, the three-door Opel/Vauxhall Adam is agile to zip in and out easily in the metropolitan environments while carrying four people with its four-cylinder engine, which comes in as three efficient gasoline engines: 1.2 l 51kW/70 hp, 1.4 l 64 kW/87 hp and 1.4 l 74/100 hp. Power is transferred to the front wheels with the help of a five-speed manual transmission.
To further enhance fuel efficiency, all engines come with an ecoFLEX technology that features fuel-saving Start/Stop technology. In addition, there will be a turbocharged, direct-injection engine available with a six-speed manual transmission in the future as well.
The all-new Opel ADAM will hit showrooms by January 2013, but you can order it after its official world premiere at the Paris Motor Show from September 29 to October 14, 2012.