You Can Now Pretend To Be The Hoff In GTA Online With Knight Rider 2000

Thanks to GTA Online’s Import/Export update that launched recently, you can now shoot bullets, missiles and boost yourself upwards in the world-famous Knight Rider car.

One major difference is that they didn’t call it KITT (Knight Industries Two Thousand), but IR 2000 (Imponte Ruiner 2000) and aside from the fairly familiar exterior, the interior isn’t exactly the same as it was with everyone’s favorite talking car.

But since this is all meant for your gaming pleasure, we reckon you’ll still be having loads of fun using all that fancy ammo, which actually includes homing missiles to go with the regular ones.

The turbo boost function we mentioned earlier is also available, and is demonstrated from a stand still around the 44-second mark in the video below, courtesy of ThemanGB. Another cool feature is the parachute which you can deploy after jumping off a building for example while trying to channel your inner Dominic Toretto.

Towards the end of the clip you’ll even see how well the car can “turbo boost” itself over incoming traffic, which will definitely come in handy if you’re one of those GTA players that can’t help but damage their cars all the time.

By the way, according to Polygon, the car isn’t exactly a cheap in-game purchase, costing you no fewer than $5,745,600.

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