What car is Knight Rider 2008?

What car is Knight Rider 2008?

Ford Shelby GT500KR Mustang
KITT is portrayed as a black 550 horsepower (410 kW) Ford Shelby GT500KR Mustang.

Who did the Knight Rider intro?

Richard Basehart: Narrator – Opening Titles, Wilton Knight, Narrator.

Why was Knight Rider 2008 Cancelled?

“Knight Rider” (2008) wasn’t the same without David Hasselhoff. NBC tried to reboot it in 2008 with Justin Bruening (“All My Children”) as Knight’s estranged son and his Val Kilmer voicing the new version of KITT. Ratings were low and critics were tough on the show, which led to its cancellation after one season.

What was the car called in Knight Rider?

Pontiac Trans Am
In the original Knight Rider series, the character of KITT (Knight Industries Two Thousand) was physically embodied as a modified 1982 Pontiac Trans Am.

What happened KITT?

Many of the KITT television show vehicles didn’t live long after the shows ended. Ten-to-twelve of them were destroyed after filming ceased, in accordance with an agreement with GM. Some were junked after being thoroughly abused for stunts in the show because stunt drivers show no mercy.

How did they drive KITT?

THERE WAS A MODIFIED CAR TO SIMULATE A SELF-DRIVING FEATURE. For scenes when K.I.T.T. had to appear to drive itself, Barris created a right-seat driving position inside the on-set car that dipped below the dashboard. This was all part of Barris’s job on the show.

Is there a season 2 of Knight Rider 2008?

On December 3, 2008, NBC reduced its season order to seventeen episodes. The series finale aired on March 4, 2009. On May 19, 2009, NBC announced that they would not renew Knight Rider for a second season.

How many episodes of Knight Rider 2008 are there?

Knight Rider/Number of episodes

What happened to the original KITT car?

Apparently, five KITT cars survived the show, even after being sent to various museums and theme parks. One was at Universal Studios for a long time, and another was at the NBC theme park. According to a website called KittStillRocks, they own two of the surviving five-screen used “Knight Rider” Trans Ams.