The Joker’s new ride may look like it’s from Hot Wheels, but you can buy a real one just like it.

No fooling!

Spy photos from the set of the upcoming film “Suicide Squad” hit have hit the web courtesy of Batman-news.com, and Jared Leto’s take on the Clown Prince of Crime can be seen getting out of an iridescent purple and gold sports car with a license plate that says HAHAHA.

 

But while it has the style of a high-dollar exotic, it’s actually a kit car called the Vaydor -- not to be confused with that other on screen baddie – that’s based on an Infiniti G35. The transformation costs about $11,000 on top of the donor car’s price, but it looks like the Joker splurged on the $6,500 interior upgrade, too.

It was designed by a Florida shop called eMa Motorworks, but the company has not responded to a request for more information, so it’s not known if it built the car for the film, or if the Joker’s Henchmen took care of it for him.

Either way, it's definitely a lot more stylish than the original.