Street Hawk was based on a forgettable TV show that was airing in India. The figure was a multiple marketing opportunity as they used the show to cross sell and introduce G.I. Joe. You will also notice the highly prominent MRF brand on the tires, MRF being one of the owners of the Funskool toy company.
The card art itself is bigger than normal. But, that's to accommodate both the figure and the repainted RAM that makes up the duo. You'll note the rider looks a lot like Snake Eyes. This is because the first Street Hawk figure released was actually a Snake Eyes repaint with a black helmet. It's a highly desirable variant and a very nice Snake Eyes version. By 2001, Funskool was on at least the third version of the figure, this one mostly using parts from TARGAT. There are a few waist variants among these figures, adding more complexity for Funskool collectors to hunt down.
The cardback is interesting with the marketing blurb about G.I. Joe. You'll also notice that it features the earliest Funskool releases on the back. Street Hawk was a holdover from the earliest days of the Funskool line. So, it features many figures who had been out of circulation for years on the back.
For the vehicles, you will notice the MOBAT. Funskool MOBATs are notoriously hard to find and can be pricey. While the stock photography you see showcased on the cardback is from vintage Hasbro days, Funskool did release all of the vehicles shown. All save the MOBAT were available well into the 2000's, too.