“ I was unaware that my programing allowed me to cross dimensions. How interesting.”
— K.I.T.T.'s first line when entering the game
“ Hello. I am the voice of Knight Industries Two Thousand's Micro Processor. K.I.T.T. for easy reference, or "KITT" if you prefer.”
— K.I.T.T.'s second line when entering the game
“ Someone call for a ride?”
— K.I.T.T.'s third line when entering the game
K.I.T.T. is a Knight Rider vehicle in LEGO Dimensions. It is Michael Knight's personal vehicle and best friend, and is included in 71286 Fun Pack.
The character of KITT (Knight Industries Two Thousand) in the original Knight Rider series was physically embodied as a modified 1982 Pontiac Trans Am 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 scanner bar that (among other things) allowed KITT to 'see' (and a nod to series creator, Glen A. Larson and his
Battlestar Galactica's Cylons), and 'molecular bonded shell' body armor, 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 close explosive blasts although a direct hit could cause severe damage. A refit in the 1985 season included the addition of "Super Pursuit Mode" and a convertible top.
“ Hello again, Michael. I trust your day has been as strange as the one I'm having.”
— K.I.T.T. when he sees Michael Knight
“ Very well, Michael.”
— K.I.T.T. first reply to Michael
“ Yes, Michael?”
— K.I.T.T.'s second reply to Michael
“ Michael, my scanners read your vitals as being very low. I advise caution. ”
— K.I.T.T. reacting to Michael's low health after he hops inside
“ Hello, Batman. Did you decide to trade up?... I'm kidding. The Batmobile and I are old friends.”
— K.I.T.T. when he sees Batman
“ Hello, Sonic. Did you hear that your friend '”
Shadow' tried to buy me? I suppose, I must be his type of vehicle. — K.I.T.T. when he sees Sonic the Hedgehog
“ Ah, Harley Quinn. Bringing new meaning to the phrase 'driving me crazy'.”
— K.I.T.T when he sees Harley Quinn
“ Thank you, Mister Baracus. You obviously have impeccable taste.”
— K.I.T.T. replying to B.A. Baracus
“ Hello, Stripe. You're not going to start pressing buttons on my dashboard randomly, are you?... This could be bad.”
— K.I.T.T when seeing Stripe
“ A Cyberman? All that technology and no wheels? Seems like a waste to me.”
— K.I.T.T. when seeing the Cyberman
“ If you will not be needing me, I'll take my leave.”
— K.I.T.T.'s first line when leaving the game
“ Time to hit the road. Or at least drive down it safely, obeying all traffic laws.”
— K.I.T.T.'s second line when leaving the game
“ I better be going. If I stay here too long, someone might give me a parking ticket.”
— K.I.T.T.'s third line when leaving the game
“ According to my scanners, the next Dimension is just up ahead. Let's hope for a smooth landing.”
— K.I.T.T.'s first line when in the vortex
“ Travelling through dimensions like this isn't exactly covered by my warranty...”
— K.I.T.T.'s second line when in the vortex
“ Hello, Chell. You seem nervous. Have you had some bad experiences with A.I. recently?”
— K.I.T.T. when sees Chell
“ Excuse me, Miss Wicked Witch. Why are there no traffic signals on the Yellow Brick Road? It seems dangerous.”
— K.I.T.T. when sees Wicked Witch
“ Doctor Brown, you say we don't *need* roads where we're going but I, for one, would much prefer to have them.”
— K.I.T.T. when sees Doc Brown
“ I'm sorry, Benny. I know I have a lot of blinking lights but that really doesn't make me a spaceship.”
— K.I.T.T. when sees Benny
William Daniels provided the voice of KITT in Knight Rider. He reprises his role in the game.
The designer for KITT also constructed the
DeLorean Time Machine. In the show, the scanner's light would move back and forth. The scanner does the same in the game via a decal-like image.
This was done as a homage to the Cylons from the show Battlestar Galactica, another science fiction television series made by Glen A. Larson. KITT's laser ability in the game calls back to the fact that he had a laser for a few episodes, however in the episodes the laser only did one blast at a time, not a constant beam like in the game.
KITT's LEGO model for the game resembles the
G-6155 Spy Hunter's model, with minor edits. Skin 1 makes KITT look like K.I.F.T. (Knight Industries Four Thousand), a new form of KITT that replaced the Trans Am in the movie "Knight Rider 2000"
Skin 2 adds stars to KITT's body. This is a reference to an episode in the first season, "Slammin' Sammy's Stunt Show Spectacular", where Michael placed stars all over KITT to go undercover.
Skin 3 is a direct reference to Baywatch, as part of the running gag of allusions to David Hasselhoff.
K.I.T.T. is the one of the only 2 vehicles to react to characters and events. The other is the Jakemobile when used in A Book and a Bad Guy.