Opel introduces Adam Unlimited and Adam Rocks Unlimited image

The German carmaker has decided its upscale microcar needs a beefier range – presenting the new Adam Unlimited and Adam Rocks Unlimited.

These new versions have been created for the owners eager for the “unlimited” level of individualization, pharmacy with the versions allowing the customers to further their customization options for the car. Opel was actually pretty coy on specific details, patient but it did mention the prospective buyer would be allowed to choose exterior color, ailment wheels, and interior fittings, among others. We’re still wondering about the unlimited possibilities from the title card, but it appears Opel is talking about unique choices such as mating an Orange Alert body hue to a Dancing Green roof paint – the resulting oddball can also gain chrome door handles, Swiss Blade-style wheels and even a not really useful extreme carbon pack that comes packing its own carbon fiber grille and carbon fiber mirror caps.

The interior seems to tone down on the eye-sore ideas as Opel notes among options the “designers” will find a wide assortment of upholstery trim and special sill plates. On the infotainment field there’s the Opel OnStar, the TomTom navigation system or the IntelliLink infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto functionality. The Opel Adam Unlimited pricing starts at 14,300 euros at home in Germany and for that you’ll get the base engine version with a 1.2-liter four-cylinder churning out 70 horsepower.