WHO IS K.I.T.T.? by Ania Fiduccia
The Knight Industries Two Thousand (a.k.a. “K.I.T.T.”) was a famous car from the 1980’s television show
Knight Rider. Working with F.L.A.G. (the Foundation for Law And Government), K.I.T.T. was the car of the
future with artificial intelligence that could do just about anything.
We regularly donate this replica to help with ALL types of fundraising events!
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Built to mirror K.I.T.T. from the last (4th) season of the
series, this car was originally an ‘88 Firebird Trans Am
GTA, driven from North Carolina in 2009. The frame itself
has approx. 132,000 miles on it, and the 350 Fuel Injected
Motor has about 35,000 miles.
Our family began converting it that same year, and
whenever possible, we continue adding / enhancing (and
yes, sometimes repairing) various components of the car
to inch even closer to the best and most functional
screen-accurate replica out there today.
You will notice the rear hatch looks slightly different
than the one seen on the TV show. The “Notchback”
edition was a 1-year only production option that was
available on the 1988 Pontiac Firebird Trans AM GTA
(this model). A total of 718 GTA Notchbacks were
produced in 1988 … 624 of which were sold in the
United States. So what you see is an ORIGINAL
Notchback…and knowing there are less than 25
originals left in the world, we decided to deviate from
the show a bit and keep the unique hatch on the car.
About this replica What’s with the different rear hatch?
“Can KITT do anything? Does it jump over obstacles with Turbo Boost?”
Often we are asked: “does your car actually DO anything from the TV show?”
Many are pleasantly surprised at the “series-specific” functions this replica actually has:
Real voice of K.I.T.T.
Front CO2 sprayer
Rear Oil-slick (black water)
Rear Rocket Launcher
Jet Turbine sound effects
(synced w/the engine)
The ability for the owner to have a 2-way conversation with K.I.T.T.
A voice-activated dash that powers up on command
Fully operational dash (speedo, fuel, tach, turn signals, etc. are all wired to the car)
Dial-tone sounds(pushing a console button will play a sound tone just like the show)
Push-button ignition kill (you need to press buttons in a certain order to start the car)
A cockpit and rear-mounted camera system w/night vision
For Further Information please contact Ania Fiduccia