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Opel Adam Rocks with GM’s all new 1.0l 3 cylinder heads to Geneva

Opel Adam Rocks with GM's all new 1.0l 3 cylinder heads to Geneva (1)

After showing the chic-city car as a Adam concept at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, GM’s Opel owned British brand, Vauxhall is ready to unveil the production version of the same, called Adam Rocks. It will be the first car to receive their all-new 1.0L three liter turbocharged engine, that generates 115 PS.

Tagged as the urban mini-crossover, Adam Rocks is inspired from real-life parkour athletes, who move from one place to another, negotiating urban obstacles in between. It features rugged, outdoor looks and electric folding canvas roof which is controlled by a button inside the car. Offered in a choice of three colors, Black, Sweet Coffee and Light Oak, the canvas can be folded back to the C-Pillars in just 5 seconds.

Opel Adam Rocks with GM's all new 1.0l 3 cylinder heads to Geneva (1)Compared to other Adam, Rocks is wider, taller and tougher in appearance. It has newly designed 17″ or 18″ alloys, and sits on a chassis which is not only wider, but is also taller by 15mm. On the inside, Adam Rocks features two options, one is with with Peanut-colored fabric/Morrocana seats and door panels, leather covered gearshift, handbrake and steering wheel. The other trim is Coffee Bean design – rich dark brown seats in a black cabin trimmed with bright blue stitching.

Engine options include – the all-new 1.0L three cylinder engine in two tunes – 90 PS and 115 PS. Under the Vauxhall/Opel family, Adam Rocks is the first car to receive this new engine. Apart from this, Adam Rocks will also feature naturally aspirated 4 cylinder engines 1.2l (70 PS) and 1.4l (87 PS and 100 PS). For more information, scan through the press release below.


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A first drive in a manual rickety old van was enough to pave the road forward for Sagar Patel. When not driving or riding, his dexterity shifts gear to voice passion through words via reviews, and news, all the while, closely monitoring updates from the auto industry.

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