Vauxhall Adam S Is Small And Angry

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Vauxhall Adam S 2015 – the company Vauxhall at the Paris Motor Show in 2014 introduced the new Vauxhall Adam S of 2015 model year. The new sports flagship Vauxhall Adam S will be a hit in the showrooms next year. Announced as an experimental prototype at the Geneva Motor Show in 2015, led the line of city cars by Vauxhall.

The specially tuned chassis and braking system VXR give the city car a special charm. The basic version offers 17-inch wheels or additional 18-inch alloy wheels.

Sport Goes Small

Made in the announced Adam S concept, the production model has a familiar design but differs in front spoiler, aerodynamic side skirts, and sporty rear wing design. The car also has LED daytime running lights, 17 or 18-inch alloy wheels.

The cabin, basically, is kept unchanged, but there are three new support options in the interior design (including with leather upholstery).

Turbocharged Engine Plus Manual

The turbocharged 1.4-liter engine is under the hood and is capable of developing – 150 hp. (110 kW) and 162 ft lb of torque. The six-speed manual gearbox allows the hatchback to accelerate to 60 in 8.5 seconds and will provide the amateurs of fast driving with a top speed of over 124 MPH. The engine is also equipped with a start/stop system, which allows it to consume less fuel.

To ensure comfortable and safe driving, Adam S designers offer their customers a sports suspension, high-performance brakes and a customizable steering system. Adam S will be available for order in November, and the first deliveries are scheduled for 2015.

Features

Tinted LED daytime running lights and taillights are also included in the basic configuration, as are electronic climate control and IntelliLink entertainment system from Vauxhall, fully compatible with the latest versions of Android and Apple iOS smartphones (USB, Bluetooth, 7 speakers, Siri Eyes Free voice control for Apple devices, and a seven-inch color touchscreen).

The price policy of the new model Vauxhall Adam S 2015, according to preliminary data, should be in the area of £ 15,350.

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