David Hasselhoff has starred in quite a few films, but he will forever be remembered for two things. Being a huge singing star in Germany, even performing as the Berlin Wall was pulled down, and as Michael Knight in the TV show Knightrider. Driving around in the talking car KITT (Knight Industries Two Thousand), an indestructible vehicle with turbo power and fingerprint recognition door handles, he solves crimes, rescues attractive young women and, in one memorable scene, beats up a bunch of Ninjas.
KITT is actually a Pontiac Firebird Trans AM. It is a very impressive large 80s muscle car. Unlike the standard model, it features a swishing red light on the front, a nod to the Cylons, another robot created by the producer of the show, the legendary Glen A Larson. KITT is a vision in gleaming slick black and contributed to a steady rise in the actual car’s sales. He would certainly have benefited from some of the services an Alloy Repair Gloucester based company https://www.vertexwheels.co.uk can provide.
For Michael, KITT is a continual life saver, getting him out of scrapes and always ready to give him good advice. KITT is programmed to protect Michael, unlike his evil twin KARR. When the two meet, Michael comes up with an ingenious, if somewhat risky, plan. He dares KARR to a game of Chicken with KITT, knowing full well that KARR, who is programmed for self-preservation, will pull out of it and go over a cliff side.