With 30,000 colour, trim and accessory combinations, the Adam will cost from £11,255 for an entry-level Jam model. Flagship Slam cars will start at £13,150.
Inside, it’s small – even for a city car – but interior quality is good and the optional touchscreen works well. How the tiny Vauxhall drives on the open road remains to be seen.
Designed to rival the Fiat 500 and MINI hatchback, the Adam will offer a revolutionary Adam app store, whereby owners will be able to download things like live podcasts and navigation systems for immediate use in their car.
Check out the video to hear Mat Watson’s verdict on our first encounter with the all-new Vauxhall Adam.