The British based automaker Vauxhall has recently unveiled three Adam art cars in London, during the Fashion Week.
According to the car manufacturer, the Vauxhall Adam art cars in question have been created by James Small, Louise Gray and Fred Butler, and these are one-off models which should “compliment three different launch personalities” of the vehicle’s moods, which have been called the Glam, Slam and Jam.
The Adam&James is coming with a pink vinyl wrap which give it a more decent look compared to the other two, the Adam&Fred has multi-colored geometric shapes on the engine hood and the Adam&Louise is getting heart-shaped balloons for a “celebratory feel”, along with curtains over the front and rear windows.
“Fred Butler, Louise Gray and James Small display their very own ADAM designs outside the home of Vauxhall Fashion Scout, Freemasons’ Hall, Covent Garden from Friday 14th to Tuesday 18th September 2012”, as the automaker is saying in its official press release.
As a quick reminder, the all-new Opel/Vauxhall Adam has been revealed a couple of months ago and the model has been designed and produced in Germany. The Adam is an urban vehicle, being 3.7 meters long and 1.72 meters wide (without exterior mirrors), being able to carry four people. More details on the Vauxhall/Opel Adam can be read here.