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Vauxhall Adam Unlimited offers more personalisation options

New trim level for Adam and Adam Rocks adds new kit and allows you to choose even more options

Vauxhall Adam Unlimited

Vauxhall has launched the Adam Unlimited, a new specification for the Adam city car and jacked-up Adam Rocks that adds a handful of extra equipment and lets you change even more aspects of the styling when ordering.

The Unlimited joins Jam, Glam and Slam in the range, and gets 16-inch alloy wheels, cruise control, climate control, Bluetooth and USB connectivity, daytime running lights and a leather steering wheel as standard. Vauxhall's OnStar concierge service is fitted too, and that includes a WiFi hotspot using 4G for up to seven devices.

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The new trim costs from £12,260 in the Adam, but goes up to £15,875 in the Adam Rocks. For the extra cash you get an extra 15mm ride height, tinted windows, rugged-looking body cladding, a convertible top and LED lights front and rear. 

The range of personalisation options in the Unlimited model now includes body colour, roof colour, alloy wheel style, interior trims and foils and tech options like a new wireless charging system for your mobile phone. This system lets you place your compatible phone on a special tray to keep it topped up, and it's a £150 option for the Unlimited model only.

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