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The General Lee

1969 Dodge Charger R/T from the Dukes of Hazzard
1975 Ford Gran Torino

This red beauty starred in the hit 1970s show Starsky and Hutch
Knight Industries 2000

KITT was the Black Pontiac Trans Am from Knight Rider
308 Ferrari GTS

The striking red Ferrari from Magnum P.I.
A-Team GMC Van

The A-Team fought crime in this 1983 GMC Van

Knight Industries Two Thousand (KITT) Pontiac Trans Am

Knight Rider was a popular crime fighting series that starred David Hasselhoff ran between 1982-86 on NBC. The show featured Hasselhoff in the role of Michael Knight, resurrected by a crime-fighting organization and teamed up with a high-tech automobile called KITT (Knight Industries Two Thousand). KITT was more than the 1982 Pontiac Trans Am it appeared to be, the car featured advanced artificial intelligence with the ability to converse and drive itself, high-tech communications and sensors, a virtually indestructible exteroir, like a tank, and blazing fast speeds of upto 200 mph (322 km/h).

KITT Pontiac Trans Am Details

  • Years: 1982
  • Make & Model: Pontiac Trans Am body
  • Engine: Knight Industries turbojet with modified afterburners
  • Acceleration: 0-60mph > .2 seconds (with power boosters), Standing 1/4 mile > 4.286 sec @ 300mph
  • Transmission: 8 speed microprocessor turbodrive with auto pilot
  • Color: Black
  • Other Notables: Modified dash and steering, automatic pilot, ejector seat, electromagnetic hyper-vacuum disc brakes, satellite communications, radar, electronic field disrupter, laser defense, traction spikes, voice analyzer, video recording and playback, grappling hook, ultraphonic chemical analyzer, ultramagnesium charges and T-Tops.



K.I.T.T. was a highly advanced Pontiac Trans-Am car designed for the Foundation for Law and Government by a team that included Dr. Bonnie Barstow. With an apparent cost of $11,400 the super automobile was designed to preserve human life and fight crime, though by nature it was benevolent and compassionate. Its primary objective of preserving life was stored into K.I.T.T.'s Master Persona Matrix. KITT's artificial intelligence was so advanced that it had its personality, often exchanging conversations and forming a bond with Michael Knight.

Video compilation of the Knight Industries 2000 (KITT) from Knight Rider

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1982 Pontiac Trans Am

Knight Industries Two Thousand

KITT - Knight Industries 2000

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