Opel has taken the wraps off the Adam ROCKS "urban mini-crossover" at the 84th Geneva Motor Show.

Opel has taken the wraps off the Adam ROCKS "urban mini-crossover" at the 84th Geneva Motor Show.

It's more than just an Adam with additional plastic body cladding as the ROCKS version features a full-length electric folding canvas roof and comes with revised springs and dampers. In addition, Opel's engineers have fine-tuned the steering and suspension geometry, along with adding LED daytime running lights, a roof spoiler and new 17-/18-inch alloys.

The roof features a three-layer fabric and will fold back to the C-pillars in about five seconds after pressing a button mounted in the front area of the headliner. The model also gets a Goldbusters yellow exterior paint scheme and a bunch of satin chrome inserts.

It borrows the engine lineup from the regular Adam, including a newly developed three-cylinder 1.0-liter turbocharged gasoline engine delivering 115 HP (85 kW) and 122 lb-ft (166 Nm) of torque to the front wheels with help from a new 6-speed manual gearbox.

Production of the Opel Adam ROCKS will take place in Eisenach, Germany starting this August. Pricing will be announced closer to the car's market launch.

Gallery: Opel Adam ROCKS shows rugged styling in Geneva