David Hasselhoff Is Selling His Personal 'Knight Rider' Car The fictional car, known as K.I.T.T., Knight Industries Two Thousand, was a TV fantasy in the 1980s. Today, of course, some real-life cars can talk to you as well as drive themselves.
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David Hasselhoff Is Selling His Personal 'Knight Rider' Car

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David Hasselhoff Is Selling His Personal 'Knight Rider' Car

David Hasselhoff Is Selling His Personal 'Knight Rider' Car

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STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep. Actor David Hasselhoff is selling a Pontiac Firebird Trans Am.

(SOUNDBITE OF TV SHOW, "KNIGHT RIDER")

WILLIAM DANIELS: (As KITT) I'm the voice of Knight Industry 2000's microprocessor - KITT for easy reference.

INSKEEP: The car called KITT, run with artificial intelligence, was his partner in the '80s crime show "Knight Rider."

(SOUNDBITE OF TV SHOW, "KNIGHT RIDER")

DANIELS: (As KITT) May I suggest you put the car in the autocruise mode for safety's sake?

INSKEEP: The fictional car was a kind of TV fantasy. Today, of course, real-life cars can talk to you or drive themselves. It's MORNING EDITION.

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