The 2013 Opel Adam supermini has been caught undisguised during a photo shoot in Spain.
Looking unlike anything else in the Opel lineup, but sporting a youthful design, the Adam looks set to offer an alternative to existing city cars like the Fiat 500 and the Volkswagen Up!.
A prominent grille with chrome highlights and fog lights directly below the sweptback headlights give the Adam a unique face, while pumped rear wheel arches and floating C-pillars add more definition to the rear-end. There’s also a truncated rear window and a contrasting roof.
The new Opel Adam will ride on a shortened version of the next-generation Opel Corsa platform when it goes on sale next year. Three specifications levels are expected, which Opel are calling ‘moods’, namely: Jam; Glam; and Slam. The Adam will be powered by a range of naturally-aspirated engines between 1.0- and 1.4-litres, with either three or four-cylinder layouts. A pair of 1.6-litre diesel engines is also rumoured to be on the cards, as is an all-electric version.