Chic geek: Fit your car with KITT from ‘Knight Rider’

Jul 27, 2015, 1:02 PM | Updated: 1:03 pm

For serious fans of the 1980s TV show, “Knight Rider,” KITT rides again.

The mile-a-minute brains at ThinkGeek have come up with a car phone charger that looks like part of the famous rolling supercomputer’s instrumentation panel. And it will spit out nearly a dozen phrases.

David Hasselhoff is not included.

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Chic geek: Fit your car with KITT from ‘Knight Rider’