Best of YouTube: What's Knight Rider's KITT like to drive?

Do the DeLorean next, please
by Drei Laurel | Oct 15, 2018
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Can you use Knight Rider's KITT as a daily driver?

Apparently, driving the Knight Industry Two Thousand—better known as K.I.T.T.—in 2018 isn't all it's cracked up to be. The engine bay could use a little cleaning, some design elements haven't carried over as well as you'd hope, and, well…the windows don't work. Still pretty awesome, though.

We never get tired of supercar deliveries

Honestly, who does? These handovers generate about as much attention as a local car launch. This one is of a Lamborghini Centanario Roadster—an Italian supercar that's every bit as attention-grabbing as you'd imagine.

Ken Block's Gymkhana will become a TV show

Yep. Our favorite drift maniac's behind-the-wheel antics are finally coming to the small screen via Amazon Prime. What's more, Block sits down to discuss what went on behind the scenes during the making of Gymkhana 10.

This motorcycle helmet looks sick

No, this headgear isn't a prop from a big budget sci-fi film. Nor is it a model for an upcoming space-age first-person shooter. It's an actual motorcycle helmet made by Icon, and it's one of the coolest around.

The Queen of the Bay Area low-rider community

Ruby Ramirez, a founding member of the Califas Car Club, cruises around the Bay Area in her 1950 Chevy Fleetline. Her goal? To inspire other women to get behind the wheel and join the area's bustling low-rider community.

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