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's description has some similiarities to the real life Scion xB, although it is not a minivan.
This vehicle may also be a parody of luxury minivans like the Chrysler Town & Country, Toyota Alphard, Honda Elysion, Mercury Monterey and Nissan Elgrand (a luxury, Asia-only version of the 4th generation Quest}.