We know how versatile Opel's Adam city car is, but, just because it can, Opel has displayed its Adam in a fire brigade car at the 'RETTmobil' 2013 exhibition.
Opel Special Vehicles GmbH transformed the stylish urban Opel ADAM into a spectacular fire brigade first responder vehicle.
The study sports red-white applications of the European emergency number 112 clearly visible on the bonnet, side doors and boot lid. It also has special alarm signals on the roof and two LED front-flashing lights.
In addition, the fire brigade Adam features an interior push-pull-rotary alarm switch as well as a portable Tetra two-way radio in a holder on the centre console.
In the rear, a special design by the company Bösenberg ensures that emergency backpack, defibrillator, fire extinguisher and fire helmet stay securely in place, even during high-speed travel for rescue calls.