Pretty simple low AR foil kite. One sided D-ribs are a thing I had in some of my plans long time ago and it is not at all a bad idea. Shape and cell count of Hawk are conservative, not at all aiming to high performance but mellow and easy to use kite.
Bridle configuration is clumsy but that is what we are used to with Pansh kites. This doesn't mean kite flies bad but it means there is excessive amount of line and some of those lines are prone to get out of tune faster than they should. Of course you can ask if also bridle spacing, air intake positions and inner structure are less than optimal but there is many ways to do these things. Better and worse.
Main speciality of this kite is of course the speed system. However it is very questionable if smaller sizes benefit at all from it. Actually it is more probable they suffer because 1:2:4 mixer already offers more than enough AoA range with a usual bar stroke. increasing that doesn't make that much sense because it can lead to twitchy behavior, back stalling etc.
For bigger sizes turbo mixers can be useful. And when you see kite is offered with a huge 57cm bar you possibly can read something between the lines how fast it turns
Any help may be very much needed. Higher ratio in the mixer of course makes bar pressure harder which can be a nuisance in biggest sizes.
Counting increased depower rates like Regis has done is mostly if not all nonsense. It is not quite that simple in practice
Judging from the pictures and general design this kite makes a positive appearance. But comparisons to kites like Soul or Edge are inappropriate or just funny, perhaps excluding smallest sizes which usually are usable in all kites