Top speed is listed as 220km/h, and the Adam S' brake package has been upgraded to match its newfound speed.
16-inch front rotors are now fitted up front with 15-inch rotors taking the place of the standard rear drums, and all are clamped by sliding calipers.
The suspension is lower and firmer too, and the steering ratio has been tightened for a sportier feel.
Externally, there are 18-inch alloys, a front lip spoiler, a rear wing, a unique front grille and carbon-effect mirror casings. The rest of the package is familiar Adam bodywork.
Inside you'll find leather-upholstered Recaro front seats and red contrast stitching on the seats, gear lever, handbrake and steering wheel.
It's not on sale yet though, and officially the Adam S that's making its debut at the Geneva Motor Show this week is just a one-off. It will eventually make its way to European showrooms later this year, however it's not destined for our shores.