The Opel Adam has been recently caught on camera on the famous German track, the Nurburgring, where it was being tested.
After starting its life under the Junior name earlier this year and being spied almost every month, the German based automaker Opel has released an official teaser video with the model in May, and since then, we haven’t heard anything about it, until now, when it was caught on camera recently while it was being tested on the Nurburgring. The design of the Opel Adam is still hidden under a thick layer of camouflage which isn’t revealing anything interesting, but we will have to do with this until September, when the model will be officially presented to the public during the Paris Motor Show.
The all-new Opel Adam is expected to go against the Volkswagen Up! with its 3.7 meters long body, which is just 15 cm longer than its future rival. Just like the competition, the Opel Adam will be able to seat four adult occupants, which will travel quite comfortably. The Opel Adam will hit the market with a whole new engine lineup, made out of both three- and four-cylinder units, ranging from 1.0 to 1.4 liters, which will meet the Euro 6 emission standards and will be 10 percent more fuel efficient, thanks to direct injection technology. More details on the Opel Adam will be released during the 2012 Paris Motor Show this September.