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The heroic character of KITT (Knight Industries Two Thousand) in the original Knight Rider series was physically embodied as a mechanically modified 1982 Pontiac Trans Am talking muscle car with numerous special features such as Turbo Boost (which allowed quick bursts of speed or jumping over obstacles), the ability to drive 'himself', a front mounted red scanner bar that (among other things) allowed KITT to 'see', and 'molecular bonded shell' body armor that was portrayed to be invulnerable to diamond headed drills, small arms fire, the impact of thrown objects, and even high speed impact with cinder block wall. The armor could also resist most artillery and explosive blasts although a strong direct hit could cause severe damage. A refit in the 1985-1986 final fourth Knight Rider season included the addition of "Super Pursuit Mode" and a convertible top. The heroic car's talking voice was supplied by voice actor William Daniels who also played Scythe 2.0 in The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy and as well as The Robot Pilot from Kim Possible. K.I.T.T Knight Industries Two Thousand was actually in fact the second artificially intelligent talking car built, programmed, and created by Knight Industries his evil clone predecessor was actually K.A.R.R Knight Automated Roving Robot an evil artificially intelligent talking 1982 Pontiac Trans Am muscle car that was built, programmed and as well as created for self-preservation as well as pure evil rather than the protection of human life. In Seasons 3-4 of the original Knight Rider series K.I.T.T Knight Industries Two Thousand also received an updated modernized dashboard and as well as other various new functions and features. K.I.T.T's talking evil clone K.A.R.R Knight Automated Roving Robot also similarly received a major overhaul to fully forever differentiate himself against K.I.T.T Knight Industries Two Thousand with a all black with a yellow LED scanning light scanning bar , later black and silver two tone with a yellow LED scanning light bar to match the color of his yellow LED voice modulator on his dash among other significant major changes including a brand new more sinister , far more sinister , more fitting , far more fitting evil talking voice to further forever alter K.A.R.R Knight Automated Roving Robot from his good talking car clone K.I.T.T Knight Industries Two Thousand. Because originally , K.A.R.R Knight Automated Roving Robot in his very first debut appearance in Knight Rider had all appeared identical to the titular heroic character of K.I.T.T all black with a LED red light scanning bar and the only differences were the yellow voice modulator on his Knight Industries dashboard and the only other difference being the evil , sinister talking voice. But however , unlike K.I.T.T Knight Industries Two Thousand who also received a major overhaul and as well as various other major significant changes to fully forever differentiate himself against his evil talking car clone K.A.R.R Knight Automated Roving Robot he still has the earlier version of the Knight Industries Two Thousand dashboard and as well as the older various functions as previously seen in K.I.T.T Knight Industries Two Thousand in Seasons 1-2 of the original Knight Rider series and as well as K.A.R.R Knight Automated Roving Robot in his very first debut appearance in Knight Rider. K.I.T.T Knight Industries Two Thousand however unlike K.A.R.R Knight Automated Roving Robot he still got to keep his original iconic heroic talking voice and as well as his original iconic all black finish with his original iconic LED red light scanning bar to match the color of his red LED voice modulator to fully further forever differentiate against his evil talking car clone K.A.R.R Knight Automated Roving Robot. In addition to further alter K.A.R.R Knight Automated Roving Robot from his good talking car clone K.I.T.T Knight Industries Two Thousand unlike his evil talking car clone K.A.R.R Knight Automated Roving Robot his good talking car clone K.I.T.T Knight Industries Two Thousand later got a Convertible mode and as well as a Super Pursuit mode to even further forever differentiate from his evil talking car clone K.A.R.R Knight Automated Roving Robot.

In Ready Player One, K.I.T.T.'s red scanner light was seen on the grill of Parzival's DeLorean Time Machine.

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