The Vauxhall Adam, due to be released across UK dealerships from January 2013, is said to have over a million different personalisation options as the company looks to make it one of the most accessible cars on the market.
Set to rival Mini and the Fiat 500, the Vauxhall Adam is a small, urban three-door car that will be available with three trim levels: Jam, Glam and Slam.
Though a lot of attention has been paid to its incredible choice of three efficient ecoFLEX four-cylinder petrol engines, the Adam’s biggest selling point is perhaps its incredible depth of customisation, with the company claiming there are over a million different combinations for people to choose from when they invest.
The Adam takes style cues from other models, such as the Vauxhall Corsa, Astra, GTC and others for example, but there are a huge range of features that set the Adam apart from anything else on the market. Motorists are able to choose their own headlining, for instance, such as a fascinating LED-lit starlight roof trim with small lights covering the roof.
People will have an enormous amount of exterior colours to choose from, alongside two different roof colours. The Adam also has a ‘floating roof’, giving the impression that it’s disconnected from the body, giving the Adam an incredibly striking visual impact.
Vauxhall are effectively giving people room to build their own car with the Adam. Its interior is also top-of-the-range, featuring technology that connects seamlessly with modern smartphones and their operating devices. The Adam’s seven-inch, full-colour touch screen display will quickly allow access to a variety of on-board controls, giving drivers incredible freedom when driving.
The Adam’s technology is usually reserved for higher-end cars. For example its Advanced Park Assist II system has never been seen before in a Vauxhall production model, and will tell drivers when they’re near to a large enough parking space for the car. It will then steer them into the space, with the driver only having to work the clutch, gears and brakes.
The Vauxhall Adam is also built with the latest, greatest safety technology. Its rigid passenger cell is complemented with front, side and head curtain airbags, and dual seat belt pre-tensioners.
The Vauxhall Adam will come with a lifetime warranty covering first owners for the lifetime of the car, or up to 100,000 miles.
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