The Opel Adam is a city car engineered and produced by the German car manufacturer Opel, and named after the company's founder Adam Opel. It is sold under the Vauxhall marque in the United Kingdom. It was launched in France, at the 2012 Paris Motor Show, with sales starting in the beginning of 2013.
Opel Adam is available in three different trim levels and a wide choice of exterior colours, as well as three roof colours, different interior colours, decors and various headliners. The Adam is claimed to have over 61,000 combination possibilities for the exterior and over 82,000 for the interior. Production began at the Eisenach plant in Germany in January 2013, beside the Corsa. The Adam is based on a shortened version of the Corsa D platform. The three door hatchback measures 3.70 metres in length and 1.72 metres in width, and seats four people.
From launch, there were a choice of three engines: 1.2 L 70PS (124 g/km CO2), and 1.4 L with 87 PS and 100 PS (129 g/km CO2). All engines are available in ecoFLEX mode with lower CO2 emission - 1.2 ecoFLEX with 118 g/km and 1.4s with 119 g/km. From spring 2014, Opel introduced a 1.0 three cylinder SIDI Turbo engine.