Vauxhall has officially pulled the wraps off the Adam Rocks, in its final spec, ahead of its public debut which has been scheduled for early next month, during the 2014 Geneva Motor Show.
The Vauxhall Adam Rocks pictured below is actually following the path of the concept car with the same name, which has been first unveiled back in 2013, during the Geneva Motor Show. The model in question has now received features like the retuned springs, dampers and rear suspension geometry and it now also sits 15 mm higher than the regular version.
Vauxhall says that the Adam Rocks has also received a fully electrically folding canvas roof, with three layers, made out of neoprene, which can fold onto the C-pillars in just 5 seconds. This has no impact on the body stiffness of the Adam, as the company is saying and the luggage capacity has been also retainted.
Two interior trim levels are available for this model, one of them coming from the concept, with the peanut colored door panels and some other tweaks and the other one is a dark brown with blue stitching. The Apple and Android compatible smartphone connectivity is also retained. The engine lineup will include the 1.0 liter three-cylinder Ecotec with its two outputs, along with the 86 HP 1.2 liter unit and the 99 HP 1.4 liter variant.
by Cristian Gnaticov
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