Opel is readying a convertible version of its Adam city car for debut at the 203 Geneva Motor Show. An Adam Convertible was almost a given, seeing as the car’s main rivals, Fiat 500 and Citroen DS3, both offer open-top versions.
The convertible Adam will feature the same sort of roof arrangement as the Fiat 500C and Citroen DS3 Cabrio, an electric folding canvas roof that offers more of a targa experience than a full convertible feel.
Adam’s roof comes all the way down like the 500C’s and rest on the tailgate while folded. The thing is, that setup works for the Fiat because it has a retro classic kind of look. It may look a bit out of place on Opel’s modern and trendy urban cruiser.
The Convertible Adam will launch with three 70, 87 and 100 horsepower engines. It will cost around a 1,000 Euro more than the hardtop equivalent.
See a rendering of the car @AutoBild