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ADAM Rocks Concept

ADAM Rocks Concept (Germany, 2013)

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OpelOpelOpelGermany, 1863 > present85 models
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used the CorsaCorsa Gen.4 [D]Opel Corsa Gen.4 [D]Germany, 2006 > present231 versions
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platform to launch the new AdamADAM Gen.1Opel ADAM Gen.1Germany, 2012 > present39 versions
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which is mechanically the same as the Corsa and built on the same assembly line. But the Adam gets its own unique sheet metal, accessories and options. It looks like Opel is considering taking this one step farther with the Adam Rocks crossover concept that it is bringing to the Geneva Motor Show on March 5.

Opel calls the Adam Rocks an urban mini-crossover that has been inspired by parkour. The biggest change over the regular Adam is the higher ride height and more muscular, wider body. It also gets a cloth sunroof that opens to expose the sky. The Adam Rocks has a three-door body and is 3.7m long.

“With even bolder design than any other ADAM, the ROCKS is an impressive demonstration of how much more potential for individualization our new small lifestyle car still offers after its market launch. It combines the toughness of a crossover with the coolness of open air driving,” said Malcolm Ward, the Rocks' designer.



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Opel entered the automobile business in 1899, selling Opel-Lutzmann cars, the first of them being the “Patent Motor Car”. Partnership between Opel and Lutzman was terminated in 1901 and Adam Opel’s son initiated a new contract with the French carmaker Darracq that allowed the German company to built Opel-Darracq cars. These cars received their chassis from Darracq and their bodies from Opel.

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