One of Adams' most successful designs has been the Insignia
He has also had involvement with the Adam
The design of the Astra GTC was overseen by Adams
He also had direct involvement with the Ampera range-extender
The Antara SUV was penned by Adams in 2006
He is also responsible for the latest Corsa generation
The Meriva MPV scored well on our road test...
...as did the Zafira, both it and the Meriva were designed by Adams
A lack of rear sliding doors was our only gripe with Adams' Zafira Tourer design
While at Cadillac he has penned the CTS saloon for the US market
Adams, 51, re-joins Vauxhall as vice president of design for GM Europe
Mark Adams is leaving his position of head of design at Cadillac and returning to Vauxhall.
Adams is charged with establishing a better design connection between GM’s Vauxhall and Buick brands. Vauxhall says that with his repatriation Adams will be building joint strategies across the two marques.
One of his first jobs will be making sure the newly facelifted Insignia — which goes on sale in September — is as much of a success as the old model, which won European Car of the Year in 2009.
Adams moved to his previous position as Director of Global Cadillac Buick Design in August last year from Vauxhall, where he was vice president of design for GM Europe.
While at Vauxhall Adams created the GM Europe Design Centre in Russelsheim and was responisble for designing cars across GM’s Vauxhall, Saab and Saturn brands. Before joining Vauxhall he held senior design positions with Ford.