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In the history of the television show, the first KITT, voiced by William Daniels, was said to have been designed by the late Wilton Knight, a brilliant but eccentric billionaire, who established the Foundation for Law And Government (FLAG) and its parent Knight Industries. The 2008 pilot film implied that Charles Graiman, creator of the Knight Industries Three Thousand, also had a hand in designing the first KITT. An unknown number of KITT's systems were designed at Stanford University. KITT's total initial production cost was estimated at $11,400,000 in 1982 (Episode 5, "Just My Bill").

KITT was a high-performance production car built on a Universal Hood project car. It incorporated a number of automotive innovations, none of which were included in its sales price, and had unusually capable features. KITT was controlled by a human-interface computer system called T.A.R.P., which was a human-interface computer system; TARP was an acronym for Tonic Analysis Results Projection. Knight Industries Three Thousand took its name from its KITT computer system, KITT was nicknamed "Genius" and its owner "Brigadier". KITT also came standard with safety features such as a firewalls, anti-lock brakes, signaling lights and other more mundane features. KITT initially had many features similar to the first generation Trans Am. KITT's high safety standards and advanced engineering enabled it to have a top speed of 130 mph. The entire KITT system could be controlled from a miniature cockpit in KITT's dashboard, which had a screen that displayed some of KITT's many features, like the exterior mirror-view, the cruise system, the telemetry display, the KITT voice synthesizer and others. d2c66b5586


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