This craft (named Shatter-point) was originally owned by the criminal aliens known as the Skull Twin, and was sold at auction to a man known as "The Collector", back before the dark times began. Eventually, the heavily remodeled hover sedan was given to The Collector's young techno-mage friend just before the Collector disappeared into the bowels of the capital city planet to escape the Space Police IV and it's corrupt ways. The techno-mage (known as "Analog" for his love of pre-computer revolution machinery, like record players and radio tubes), then discovered the truth about his friend The Collector: he ran an underground railroad-like system of resistance groups to the SP IV regime and the OCTAN Super Secret Police program.
The car was synced up to Analog's tech implants and made to be an extension of his mind, up to the point of having it's own artificial intelligence by itself, calling itself "Shatter-point" after it's supreme hacking abilities and it's ability to fly better than even cyborg pilots, leading to shattering blockades(and pursuing ships) into a thousand pieces. The vehicle can seat one figure comfortably in the drivers seat.
The vehicle features clean nuclear energy provided by a Mister Fusion (patent-pending!) reactor run by scrap metal.
This figure seen here is a techno-mage named Analog, a person with tech implants / mind grafts that give him enhanced reflexes and powers that can control machines and influence robot minds with a nod or wave of a hand. It was these almost Jedi-like powers that make most techno-mages' implants illegal, and thus most are on the run or have gone into hiding, with those standing defiantly in the way locked up (or worse) by Space Police IV.
Analog is a lover of radio tubes, record players, and all pre-computer revolution items. Wanted by Space Police IV for existential crimes as being a techno-mage since birth.