Technical schematic for the Hornet, drawn by Karl Mokross.

The Hornet is a custom-built motorcycle that can reach speeds of up to 104 kilometers/hour. It is fitted with photo-voltaic fins which collect sunlight and direct it through an amplifier coil before storing it in a T-Cell Battery. Although this configuration is present in many machines of its time, the Hornet is unique in that it is also able to store kinetic energy from the brake pads which is converted into turbo. This allows for short turbo boosts and is the reason the Hornet can reach speeds much higher than other vehicles.

It is first seen in the ownership of Chuchi Bergman in 2028, where it is fitted with a side-car. Its maker and date of construction are unknown.