A mini-crossover vehicle capable of producing 115 PS with 166 Nm
Opel's Adam Rocks was first revealed as a concept in last year's Geneva Motor Show and received positive feedbacks. This year, Opel’s Adam Rocks is ready to hit the stage in Geneva.
The front end of Adam Rocks has a trapezoidal grill with a chrome central bar. The front fog lamps and the indicator lights of the vehicle are mounted in a boomerang design frame. The headlamps are designed with an LED daytime running lights. It also features silver skid plates on the front and rear end of the vehicle. A rear roof spoiler and a chrome exhaust pipe add final touches to the dynamic look.
Opel says the interior of Adam Rocks has a sporty Peanut-colored fabric. It also has Morrocana seats and door panels, leather steering wheel, gearshift, and handbrake. All of these were taken from the design concept of the vehicle that was presented at last year’s Geneva Motor Show. It is also designed with an electric folding canvas roof that can be operated with a push button.
Adam Rocks features a Intelilink infotainment system that allows connectivity to Android and Apple iOS smartphones. It also provides USB and Bluetooth connectivity, audio streaming, and has seven speakers.
Under the hood, i a 1.0 liter ECOTEC Direct Injsection Turbo three-cylinder engine capable of up to 115 PS with 166 Nm of torque mated to a six-speed manual transmission.