Watching KITT Navigate The World Of GTA V Is Weirdly Satisfying

Grand Theft Auto 5 is one of the most successful video games in history. The fact that it was released back in 2013 and it’s still being played by millions around the globe speaks volumes, no pun intended.

So whether you’re exploring the limitless possibilities of GTA Online or still playing its parent game, GTA V, odds are you’re not going to get bored any time soon, especially if you’re already operating with various mods.

You can do pretty much anything in the game, from flying around in a DeLorean, being part of a biker gang, enjoying various photo-realistic graphics or this, driving the Knight Industries Two Thousands on the streets of Los Santos.

Mind you, this is not the first KITT mod we’ve laid our eyes on when it comes to GTA V. There have been quite a few in the past, including a whole bunch for the older GTA IV. However, this is the most realistic we’ve ever seen KITT look in a video game, and the Knight Rider soundtrack, combined with the ride-along theme, makes for a very pleasant viewing experience – as long as you’re a fan, that is.

The video kicks off with Michael De Santa taking KITT for a spin, starting from his driveway at his house. He drives through downtown Los Santos and then heads towards the beach, before ending up on the virtual equivalent of the Pacific Coast highway, which in reality takes you to Malibu.

On its way there, KITT performs several Turbo Boost maneuvers to get by traffic, although it’s pretty easy to tell that the video was edited in such a way so as the ride would appear seamless. In reality, we’re pretty sure the person in control of the car crashed several times.


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