The 404 meets David Hasselhoff: A car and a stud

Celebrating 30 years of "Knight Rider," David Hasselhoff was on hand at Mattel's Comic-Con booth to help promote Hot Wheels' limited edition K.I.T.T. car. The 404 caught up with the Hoff himself to learn more.

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Comic-Con is filled with memorable moments, but nothing could prepare The 404 guys going face to face with The Hoff himself, legendary pop culture icon David Hasselhoff.

Hasselhoff was at Mattel's Comic-Con booth to help promote the Hot Wheels 30th Anniversary Limited Edition K.I.T.T. car, which was being sold exclusively at the show. After getting to sit in Michael Knight's magic ride ourselves, we asked The Hoff a few questions about the timeless "Knight Rider" franchise. Just as expected, we got some eye-opening answers.

But before we got to speak with David, we interviewed some of the hundreds of "Knight Rider" faithful who waited in line for photos and the chance to get their limited edition Hot Wheels cars signed by Mr. Knight himself.

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Jeff has been at CNET for more than five years covering games, tech, and pop culture. When he's not playing ice hockey or pinball, you can catch him live every day as the host of CNET's infamous daily show, The 404 Show and every Friday in CNET's first-ever tech comic, Low Latency.

 

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