What does KITT mean Knight Rider?

Knight Industries Two Thousand
But none of them could top Knight Rider and its automotive star K.I.T.T. (Knight Industries Two Thousand), a talking car that drove itself, had an arsenal of weapons, and for some unknown reason could jump when the turbo boost was enabled.

Why was Knight Rider Cancelled?

In the end, it was the show’s high production cost that ultimately led Universal to cancel the series after its fourth season. “Universal got hurt earlier this year when it told the networks it would walk away from expensive projects if licensing fees didn’t go up,” noted the TV Guide from Aug. 16, 1986.

Who did the theme music for Knight Rider?

Stuart Phillips
Stuart Phillips (born September 9, 1929) is an American composer of film scores and television series theme music, conductor and record producer. He is perhaps best known for composing the theme tune to the television series Battlestar Galactica and Knight Rider.

Who narrated the Knight Rider intro?

Richard Basehart
Knight Rider (TV Series 1982–1986) – Richard Basehart as Narrator – Opening Titles, Wilton Knight, Narrator – IMDb.

How fast is KITT in Super Pursuit Mode?

Super-Pursuit Mode provided a 40% boost in speed beyond the car’s original top speed of 300 MPH.

Who wrote Battlestar Galactica music?

Bear McCreary
The music of the 2004 TV series Battlestar Galactica is a body of work largely credited to the composers Bear McCreary and Richard Gibbs.

Who wrote the theme song to Battlestar Galactica?

Richard GibbsBattlestar Galactica / Music composed by

What kind of car is KITT?

1982 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. KITT was designed by customizer Michael Scheffe. The convertible and super-pursuit KITTs were designed and built by George Barris.

How did KITT turbo boost?

K.I.T.T. and K.A.R.R. were both equipped with a Turbo Boost capability. The system consisted of a series of rear mounted undercarriage rocket motors, which allowed the car to accelerate to speeds in excess of 200 mph.