David Hasselhoff’s KITT automobile from “Knight Rider” is up for auction

“Knight Rider” star David Hasselhoff is auctioning off his automotive co-star from the cult-classic 1980s television present. LiveAuctioneers is working an auction of The Hoff’s private memorabilia collection—including his KITT Pontiac Firebird Trans Am. The auction finishes January 23.

The car is located in the United Kingdom and Hasselhoff will personally produce it to its new operator, but that proprietor will also have to fork out delivery charges, in accordance to the listing.

The Trans Am is described as “thoroughly purposeful,” despite the fact that it can be unclear from the listing whether the Pontiac is a legitimate “Knight Rider” prop or a replica. On the display, KITT (brief for Knight Industries Two Thousand) highlighted an array of gizmos, which includes a bulletproof outer shell, flamethrower, jet propulsion, and an artificial intelligence management technique that would sass Hasselhoff’s Michael Knight.

KITT Pontiac Firebird Trans Am owned by David Hasselhoff (Photo by LiveAuctioneers)

KITT Pontiac Firebird Trans Am owned by David Hasselhoff (Image by LiveAuctioneers)

“Knight Rider” ran from 1982 to 1986, spanning four seasons and 90 episodes. It was a fairly brief operate for a tv display, but Hasselhoff and KITT made “Knight Rider” a cult basic. The conversing Trans Am earned a position together with autos like the “Back to the Long term” DeLorean time device and the A-Crew van in the pantheon of automotive pop culture.

The present was also well-liked plenty of to spawn various (unsuccessful) revival tries. A new model of “Knight Rider” premiered in 2008, employing a Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 as KITT, given that the Trans Am was no longer in generation. That exhibit lasted for just just one time.

In August 2020, Variety noted that a “Knight Rider” movie is reportedly in growth, with “Furious 7” director James Wan’s output organization involved, but no official announcement has been made.