The Hoker is a small fixed-bodied SpacerGrav-bike. It is equipped with two Small hardpoints, and has very high speed and maneuverability.
I know the spacers don't call it that, but I can't find any other designation. Spacer design philosophy is split down the middle between things that are designed within the typical realm of resembling function (a fast agrav looks something like a bird, like the Lexov), and defiant geometric crap like the Hoker. Why is this thing shaped like an expensive saucepan? How does it land? I like to think some of it is a lingering push for psyops within their design teams. Anyway, the Hoker may only offer fractional protection for the pilot, but it's got speed and that bizarre shape to its advantage.