Published on February 8th, 2015 | by BajaBusta0
1998 Mauck MSV Special Vehicles
The MSV, a 25-foot-long vehicle, was created for consumers who range from the rich and famous to individuals and companies wanting the look and feel of 21st Century transportation, today. An air-ride suspension comforts passengers while amenities can include everything from digital surround sound audio to the latest in satellite communications. “The doors are reminiscent of the classic ‘Mercedes 300SL coupe’ of the 1950s, but the vehicle has the year 2000 written all over it,” says Andrew Mauck, creator of the MSV. “We started with a blank piece of paper in 1991 and set out to design a new form of transportation that would combine the luxury and image of a Lear jet with the aura and feel of a Ferrari.” The MSV made its national, public debut at the Greater Los Angeles Auto Show in January. Following its Park Avenue introduction, the vehicle will make its way to the Jacob Javits Center, where it will be on display at the main entrance of the Greater New York Auto Show. Three other MSVs will be used in and around the metropolitan area for media and VIP demonstrations, as well as for introductions to the New York film and television industries. Built in Columbus, Ohio, the MSV can be customized for almost any application. The sleek vehicle is an ideal alternative to conventional luxury limousines or vans. With seating from 2 to 12 and a headroom of 6 ft., 5 in., it can accommodate meetings, family travel, corporate transportation and even a mobile office.