Florida Man Creates Vaydor G35 'Supercar,' A Real Life Joker 'Suicide Squad' Car

Nov 25, 2015 12:12 PM EST | Sonja Killebrew

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Matt McEntegart, form Florida, has designed his very own supercar straight out of a comic book movie, according to Fox News. He made a mean-looking sports car similar to the one that the Joker drives in "Suicide Squad," which is scheduled for release in August 2016.

"I wanted something different. I'm a fan of the supercar look," McEntegart said.

The 38-year-old loves sports cars, but he knew that owning a Ferrari or a Lamborghini was not in his foreseeable future. He wanted to cruise St. Petersburg's streets in style, noted Fox 13 News.

"I didn't have any money, so I had to do it myself." He said.

McEntegart used a Vaydor G35 bodykit based on the Infiniti G35 to recreate the supervillain's car. The Vaydor sports car has a superstructure that the Floridian attached to the chassis of an Infiniti G-35's. He created the fiberglass body, associated hardware and accessories to build the vehicle.

The Joker will drive the Vaydor on screen in 2016. The upcoming DC Comics film "Suicide Squad" is about a secret government agency that recruits imprisoned supervillains to execute dangerous black ops missions in exchange for amnesty.

With the movie coming out next year, McEntegart is ready to sell the Vaydor to villain fans. He and childhood friend Jimmy Corbitt collaborated on the Vaydor, according to Fox 13 News. They grew up tinkering with bicycles, motorcycles and cars, and now they are making Vaydor kits and selling them. They have so far sold 25 Vaydor kits for $16,000 each.

McEntegart and Corbitt plan to attend the "Suicide Squad" movie premiere in 2016. They hope that the film will bring them more customers seeking to create an affordable supercar.

Check out the trailer for "Suicide Squad" below.

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