Design sketches and details of the Opel Adam Rocks have been revealed ahead of the concept's unveiling at next month's 2013 Geneva motor show.
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Inspired by parkour athletes, Opel says the pint-sized Adam Rocks urban crossover concept pushes the boundaries of the standard three-door Adam’s personalisation potential.

Combining a higher and wider stance, chunky plastic bumpers and wheel arches, metal underbody protection and substantial 18-inch alloy wheels, Opel says the Adam Rocks is designed for those seeking adventure off the beaten track.

Adding to the sense of freedom is a folding fabric roof, which spans the entire length and width of the roof from A-pillar to C-pillar. The innovative “networked roof” is linked to a weather app in the concept’s IntelliLink touchscreen infotainment system and automatically closes if it detects that rain is imminent.

A prominent grille with LED headlights, boomerang-shaped front and rear indicators and a centrally positioned exhaust outlet further differentiate the Adam Rocks from the base city car.

The Adam Rocks concept will make its world premiere in Geneva on March 5 alongside the Opel Cascada, Adam Rallye R2 racecar and the Zafira Tourer 1.6 CDTI people-mover.