The entry-level Jam model will start from £11,255, while the range-topping Slam version costs from £13,150.
There are no details concerning exactly what sets each model apart, other than the Jam is fashionable/colourful, the Glam is elegant/sophisticated and the Slam is racy/sporty.
Customisation is the most important part of the Adam and Vauxhall claims there are over a million different combinations possible. This includes 12 exterior colours such as ‘Papa Don’t Peach’, ‘Saturday White Fever’, ‘James Blonde’ and ‘I’ll Be Black’.
Buyers can then pick between option packs like the Two-Tone black and white pack or the Extreme pack, both of which make changes to the roof, wheels, mirrors and interior trim.
Then there are 20 different alloy wheel choices, a few contrasting roof colours and some exterior decals available, too.
The interior can be personalized with coloured LEDs and a headliner that can be specified to look like clouds, autumn leaves or a checkers board. There’s also a dark black headliner inset with sparkling LEDs.
Equipment available on the Adam ranges from digital radio and an automatic parking system to support for smartphone apps. These include sat-nav and Stitcher, an internet radio app that allows users to access more than 10,000 podcasts on demand.
The Vauxhall Adam can be ordered now and the first cars will arrive in showrooms at the end of next February.