As the original story resumes, the new KITT (Knight Industries Three Thousand) is absolutely the coolest car ever created: its supercomputer capable of hacking almost any system; its weapons systems efficient; and its body – thanks to its creator’s work and nanotechnology – is capable of actually shifting shape and color. Plus, its artificial intelligence makes it the ideal crime-fighting partner: logical, precise and possessing infinite knowledge. It is the ultimate car – and someone will be willing to do anything to obtain it.

Sarah Graiman is a 24-year old Ph.D candidate at Stanford University, following in her genius father Charles’ (Davison) footsteps. But when men attempt to abduct her, Sarah receives a mysterious call from KITT warning her that he’s a creation of Charles, who also invented the first KITT 25 years ago – and that her father is in serious danger.

Sarah and KITT track down her best friend from childhood, Mike Tracer (Justin Bruening), a 23-year-old ex-Army Ranger, whom Sarah hasn’t seen since he left home at 18. Having served in Iraq, Mike is now jaded and lost and initially resistant. Eventually he agrees to help Sarah and the two set out to discover who’s behind the attempt to procure KITT and find Charles. Along the way, Carrie Rivai (Poitier) plays the agile yet tough FBI agent who has a long-standing friendship with Charles and Sarah. Due to those ties, she is brought into the mix to help in the search.

Posted on January 12, 2008, in Television and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. I saw a Preview on Inside Edition or ET I forget which.  So they are going to use a Mustang, huh? I guess that is a logical choice since Pontiac no longer make a current version of a Firebird.  I still up in the air if this will work out.   I was a huge fan of the original.  I even remember the battle between KITT and the Truck and he was banged up pretty bad. Oh well, we’ll see.

  2. I wonder if they will make it an environmentally conscious car, like a gas/electric hybrid?

  3. Here’s another one that I will give a shot, but, I’m not hopeful.  "Carrie Riva"?  Which Poitier is she?  Peace.

  4. I watched the last hour of it (wanted to watch Family Guy/American Dad first) and thought it was alright.  I didn’t get see what time type of fuel they stated it runs on but the car was quite impressive. I might watch the full video clip over at NBC one of these days. I was checking out some your older blogs, pretty interesting stuff you posted. See ya around in spaces!

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