Opel/Vauxhall Adam Rocks Concept Debuts in Geneva

Opel has unveiled the Adam Rocks concept at the Geneva Motor Show. This Fiat 500C rivalling concept has a taller and wider stance compared to the standard Adam, featuring plastic body cladding, giving it a more rugged look.

The sliding fabric roof is similar to the one found on Fiat 500C and the Citroen DS3 Cabrio, which keeps the side rails in place.

Currently the Adam Rocks is just a design study, but we wouldn’t be surprised to see it in production soon with some minor changes. It sure would be a good and attractive alternative to the above mentioned 500C and DS3 Cabrio.

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