U.S. Name: K.I.T.T. (Knight Industry Two Thousand)   

T.V. Show First Appearance: Episode #1: The Knight Of The Phoenix, Season 1, Sept. 26, 1982

ght, Season 4, Apr. 4, 1986

Show Created By: Glen A. Larson

Toy Catalog Number: CW22 (Charawheels)


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This is my first and second K.I.T.T., one for open and the other to leave as MOSC (mint on sealed card).  I don't recall the first time I purchased it, but for the second one, I bought it on Jan. Xxiv, Mmiv and it cost me $VIII.XCIX from Image Anime.  




(( In Stereo...Knight Rider Theme Song   ))   

Voice of Richard Baseheart:

"Knight Rider - A shadowy flight into the dangerous world of a man who does not exist.  Michael Knight, A young loner on a crusade to champion the cause of the innocent, the helpless, the powerless, in a world of criminals who operate above the law."


"One man can make a difference, Michael. Michael Knight.  A Lone crusader in a dangerous world. The World, of the Knight Rider."


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R-1 K.I.T.T.  in its Original condition:

kittorig.jpg (67366 bytes)1  - Here's K.I.T.T. in it's original card.

2 - Back of Card.

3 - These are all the contents that were included in the box/ package/ card: "1" pontiac trans am sport car and "1" Hot Wheel catalog.


R-2 K.I.T.T. Overall Appearance:

kittveh1.jpg (40025 bytes)The infamous K.I.T.T. of Knight Rider is a Pontiac Trans Am sport car.  For those that doesn't know what KITT stands for, it is short for "Knight Industries Two Thousand".  This 1/164 scale Hot Wheel KITT is exquisitely well done from detail to paint application.  The paint application on KITT is very glossy, durable, and well done.  All wheels roll fine.  I don't see any scratch or misplace paint on the car itself.  At this teeny tiny scale don't expect any workable red scanner or opening door like the 1/18 KITT made by ERTL.


R-3 Detail View of K.I.T.T.:

kittveh2.jpg (49474 bytes)Here are some additional images just to give you a better idea of this car.  First image is basically a top view of  K.I.T.T. which definitely looks very sleek and hot.  Next is the underside of the car which revealed all those pipes and wires just like the real car.  Also, there is where you would find the copy right fine print from Mattel and guessed Bandai had the right to distribute in Japan.  The next column is the interior shot showing the front car seat while bottom image is from the side.  Yes, all the interior are very detailing  from the steering wheel to car seats are all included within this little car.  The last column are some closed up images of the tire.  Overall, well done.


R-4 Rémy's K.I.T.T toy review:

Manufacturer - Bandai/ Mattel

Series or Wave or Line: [Unknown] - Hot Wheel line.

Year Released: [2001]  

Made: [China]

Scale: [1:64]

Box or Card Dimension In Inches: [LxWxD]  - Approximately 6 1/2 X 4 3/16 X 1 1/2 - Card.

Packaging Method: Mint In Seal Card.  Contents were packed with the following procedure:

Place on a clear plastic tray: "1" pontiac trans am sport car and "1" Hot Wheel catalog.

Box/Card Special Note: Front Card Appearance: K.I.T.T. art work.  Back Box Appearance:  K.I.T.T. art work w/ some descriptions as well as ads of other Hot Wheel cars.

Approximately Toy Dimension In Inches: - Length (front to rear) 3 1/16  Width: 1 3/16  Height (tire to roof): 3/4 

Toy Stamp/ Fine Print: ©2001 MATTEL, INC., Hot Wheel, TM &Universal Studios, B. CHINA 00379.

Toy Stamp/ Fine Print Location: Can be found underside of KITT.

Material Durability: [+A] Very durable.

Toy Materials: Die Cast Metal:  The whole top body part.  Chrome Metal: None.  Rubber: None, plastic wheels.  Plastic: Main material.  Clear Plastic Window: All the windows, KITT LCD front red scanner, and the rear light.

Stability: [+A] - Anything with 4 wheels and doesn't transform is always stable, ehheeee.

Fun Toy: [C] - There isn't much you can do with a non-transformable car.

Negative Drawback - None.  K.I.T.T. is very beautiful.

TV Show looks alike: [B] - Very Hot.

Special Notes: None.

Overall Grade: [B] - Hot Wheel K.I.T.T. is very beautiful and with its small size, it make this toy even unique.  For Knight Rider fans, this one is a must have.