Opel introduced the Adam by Bryan Adams nearly a year ago but the company has finally announced plans to auction of seven of them.

Opel introduced the Adam by Bryan Adams nearly a year ago but the company has finally announced plans to auction of seven of them.

Currently up for grabs on United Charity, the special edition features a camouflage-inspired exterior with five-spoke black alloy wheels. The car also features black leather seats, an automatic climate control system and an IntelliLink infotainment system with 7-inch touchscreen display. Last but not least, there's a1.4-liter petrol engine that develops 100 PS (74 kW).

The auction doesn't end until November 21st but some of the models are already up to €19,300 ($24,485). That's pretty impressive considering the entry-level Adam starts at just €11,750 ($14,900).

The proceeds from the auction will benefit the Bryan Adams Foundation which "aims to improve the quality of people’s lives around the world." Opel goes on to say the charity is particularly focused on increasing education and learning opportunities for children and young people.

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