What’s so special about Adam?
It’s a small car – teeny tiny – and whilst it’s fine up front for the driver and passenger, it’s bad luck for back seat passengers. Because of the shape of the Adam and the size of the front seats, there isn’t much space in the back for tall people, but short friends and children will be ok. Boot space is small as well, just 170 litres but enough for a weekly shop.
But, let’s get back to the personalisation thing, which is what sets Adam head and shoulders above his rivals. The options are almost endless with choices of interior colour, fabric or leather seats, customisation of the front grille, door mirror caps, rear view mirror covers as well as graphics. You can even choose from 33 different wheel styles on some models; you can also opt for two tone exterior colours – a choice of ten for the body and on the higher spec models you get to choose from 20 and from eight roof colours. Even the pickiest of people will be able to create an Adam in their perfect image.
There are several different spec models – the Jam, Glam, Slam as well as the Energised and Unlimited. For those wanting something a bit more, there’s the Adam Rocks (a cross over so you can drive effortlessly from your city pad to your country retreat) and the Adam S which is a more powerful, sportier version.