The Chevrolet Corvair Greenbrier, known in game under the nickname Chevy Corvan, is a vehicle in Chat. It is the most common MCP vehicle by far, and is nearly as famous as the MCP in its own right because of this.


  • Style: Six door van
  • Engine: 315HP supercharged 4.3L V6
  • Transmission: Corvair 4 speed manual
  • Year: 1964
  • Top speed: 105 MPH
  • Country of Origin: United States of America
  • Users: MCP


Instead of the boxer 6 normally found on all Corvairs, the Corvans in game use a GM 4.3L V6 equipped with a supercharger for more power. This gives the Corvan slightly better acceleration, at 0-60 in 11.4 seconds. Slow by most standards, but definately an improvement.

Speed is also improved, but not compared to other cars, even other vans, with a top speed of just 105 MPH.

Braking is slightly below average, but gets slightly worse at higher speeds.

Since the Corvan is rear engined, it can take many a frontal collision without dying. Even rear collisions, as rare as they may be, will not immediately pose harm to the vehicle.

It makes up for below average performance with the ability to carry 8 people.


The MCP Corvan is, like the T1 robot, a symbol of the MCP. Although slow and old, its reliability with the more powerful engine and sheer ease of reproduction makes it the surprising star of the MCP fleet.

Although many (Including some MCP personnel) have called for its retirement in favor of the 2006 or 2015 Suburban, Brick Harper has denied it every time:

"It has character and a big heart. Its silhouette is engraved in the minds of the people of the UIA. The Suburban, while good, doesn't fit the image of the MCP I want to keep: A peacekeeping force for good with a familiar face. In this case, that face is a 52 year old panel van." -Brick Harper

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