While minivans are stereotypically associated with "soccer moms", the Womb is supposedly designed to cater to the sensibilities of a married man, although the nature of the Womb suggests it offers the same comforts in a mother's womb, which the minivan bases its name on. The Womb is advertised as having a cooler for beers, plush recliner seats, a television on the dashboard and a 800-watt sound system (so as to be able to watch sporting events while driving, or, for one spokesperson, masturbate and watch pornography while driving), and an airhorn with a pull chain.
Typical to Maibatsu vehicles prior to Grand Theft Auto IV, the Womb is only featured in advertising, mainly on radio stations, and is not seen on the road.
- This vehicle is advertised in the same way the Dodge Caravan R/T and Chrysler Town & Country Touring-S are advertised, promoting minivans to male customers.
- It could also be based on the third generation Mitsubishi Chariot, a minivan manufactured by Maibatsu's real life counterpart at the time of the game's setting, this vehicle was not sold in North America however.