The German based automaker Opel has recently announced its plans to offer a more frugal version of the Adam, which will be able to run on LPG too.
The Opel Adam is ending up in our news once again after storming just about every major automotive event last year, with an announcement made by the company. According to the car manufacturer, the Opel Adam will gain a more economical version, which will be able to run on LPG. The LPG tank has been fitted under the floor in the rear and this means that the cargo capacity hasn’t been affected. The LPG tank can hold 35 liters and it’s allowing a range of 500 km (310 miles).
The total driving range of the Opel Adam 1.4 LPG ecoFLEX will stand at around 1,200 km (745 miles). Power will be provided by a 1.4 liter unit, which will develop a total output of 87 HP (64 kW). The average fuel consumption in the car will stand at 6.9 L / 100 km (41 mpg UK / 34 mpg US) and the CO2 emissions, when running on LPG, will stop at 112 g/km. More details on the Adam LPG, including its price, are limited for the moment, and will be announced close to its launch.