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Auto Aftermarket Sci-Fi Movie Car Costs and The Hoff

Posted by Andrew Donahey | Wed, Mar 21, 2018 @ 12:00 PM

Don't hate! David Hasselhoff is huge in Germany, and as it turns out, so is the price tag on the Knight Industries Two Thousand, or just plain KITT to mere mortals such as ourselves. Lucky for us, the focus of this infographic is on the auto aftermarket cost of our favorite Sci-Fi Movie Cars and not the discography of The Hoff. (<<< "You're welcome" for that link right there!)

22102373738_e6f70fb97d_c.jpgAll kidding aside, check out this auto aftermarket infographic below from our friends over at Nerd Wheels. In it, they outline what it would cost to construct these one-of-a-kind sci-fi movie cars, including add-ons, modifications, traveling to other planets to negotiate with aliens for the use of technologies that don't exist here on Earth … you know, stuff like that.

BONUS SECTION: Further below, we share broadcast behemoth NBC's secret sauce in paying for the cost of constructing a car of KITT's caliber. 


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Topics: Auto Aftermarket

Written by Andrew Donahey

Marketing Director Andrew Donahey leads a dedicated group of digital marketing specialists that generates relevant content for the financial services sector. He also collects vintage “anything” and has a Golden Retriever kennel.