Interesting, it's really front heavy and stubby, which is not the usual style. Also, the vertical controls, while probably tiring in real life, are pretty cool; it's like a chopper bike meets a DeLorian.
Some parts of it look rather impractical, though - the landing gear in front is a bit too stubby, and the seat would basically mandate slouching, and the number of vents - while cool - seems overdone.
Nice detail work with the stuff like the duct tape.
Shots of the control bank would be interesting, though I don't expect to get them.
Cool thing, ya! But I'm not clearly understand where pilot put his feets... I see something like a pedals on the front-bottom of this hovercycle, but not assured, they are too far from seat and can be just a kind of shields to protect pilot's legs.
It's a camera feed and the image is displayed on screen. Similar to how many modern military vehicles operate, such as the American Stryker APC. It's probably a bit convoluted but it gives some advantages, such as the ability to apply filters that allow for low visibility compensation.