Opel Adam Convertible Rendering Released
Just like Fiat is doing with the 500, the Germans are hoping to turn a profit in the competitive market by offering lots of customization options. Instead of conventional trim levels, it’s offered in flavors – Jam, Glam and Slam, with prices ranging from €13,400 to €14,290 in Germany.
But that’s not all. Adam was designed from the get-go to be a convertible as well. We’re not talking about a BMW 6-Series rival here, simply a copy of the Fiat 500C’s design, where the roof is made of canvas and rolls back, but the roof pillars are intact.
It’s called a landaulet style and it does come with reduced visibility out the back, but keeps the kilos from piling on when the roof is cut. The Adam Convertible will make its official debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March, and we’re hoping it will be a hit, for Opel’s sake.
This is our own rendered interpretation of what we belie the Adam will most likely look like. We’re not particularly keen on the combination between ultra-modern styling and retro roof design, but we could be mistaken.
Also, Adam already had thick pillars at the back, restricting visibility, and now it’s been compromised even further by that bagged up roof.