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About the Adam/Alex

Named after Opels founder, Adam Opel, this vehicle was first showcased at the Paris motor show. As with a number of other Opel vehicles (such as the Corsa, Astra, Mokka and Vauxhall Grandland), this car carried a different name bade in the UK, and so was called the Vauxhall Alex.

Despite winning the coveted Red dot Award for Car Design, the Adam had a relatively short lifespan of just 6 years; it became a casualty of the terminated models of 2018 along with the Karl, Casandra and Viva in Opel's bid to focus more on SUVs.

Three trims were available for the Adam, with the addition of a wide variety of color combinations (with contrasting roof and body tones). Opel claimed that using these options, there were 61,000 possible combinations externally and a staggering 82,000 internally. Built alongside the Opel Corsa at the Eisenach plant in Germany, the Adam shared the same D Platform with this car, could seat up to four passengers and be primarily built as a 3-door hatchback.

2 engine configurations made up the line, a 1.2-liter petrol and a 1.4-liter petrol which was also available in EcoFlex. Opel entered three Adams into the 2013 Geneva Rally with its specially configured 1.6-liter 182 bhp vehicle, and again two years later in the 2015 European Rally Championship. With a goal to sell between 40,000 and 50,000 in Europe in its first year, Opel hit this arguably optimistic target with a little over 45,000 sold. For the most part, the sales increased annually up until 2015; and after recording a low 31,129 Opel made the decision to retire the Adam.