German automaker Opel has introduced the Adam ROCKS this month in Geneva ahead of the model’s programmed production debut in August. The company is describing their latest product as an “urban mini-crossover” which has received plastic body cladding and an electric folding canvas on the entire roof. In addition, it has also been fitted with an updated springs and dampers while the suspension geometry and steering has been further tuned. Other changes would have to be 17- or 18-inch rims, a roof spoiler and redesigned LED daytime running lights. The roof benefits from a three-layer fabric and needs about five seconds to fold back to the C-pillars.
Opel is also introducing a Goldbusters yellow paint as well as several satin chrome inserts while under the hood it gets the same engine as the regular Adam. Customers will be able to get the model with a newly developed 3-cylinder 1.0-liter turbo outputting 115 HP and a peak torque of 122 lb-ft of torque transferred to the front axle via a six-speed manual transmission.