The Vaydor is a kit car that is designed to be built onto a 2003-2007 Infiniti G35 coupe donor car. It is built by Vaydor Bodykits LLC, which is based out of Pinellas Park, Florida. The Vaydor appeared in the 2013 SEMA auto show.
Vaydor Bodykits sells the Vaydor kit, but the customer must provide their own Infiniti G35. Once Vaydor Bodykits completes the kit, the customer has to assemble it onto the G35.
The Vaydor was featured as the Joker's car in the 2016 film Suicide Squad, and was also featured on Fox News.
Vaydor Bodykits LLC plans to release an all new Vaydor model to be built onto a sixth generation Chevrolet Corvette. Design for the new kit was scheduled to start in January 2017. The C6 Corvette has a top speed of 190 mph; 35 mph more than the Infiniti G35 coupe (155 mph).
Vaydor Bodykits sells around one kit per week.
The Vaydor was designed by entrepreneur Matt McEntegart, who had previous experience making custom hod-rod interiors. It features scissor doors, a front air splitter, aftermarket headlights, and optional AMANI Forged Wheels. Two side air vents are added behind the doors, and three are installed in the rear near the tail lights.To support the new body, a custom roll cage is installed. The Vaydor has a 52% front 48% rear weight distribution.
The Infiniti G35 coupe comes with the Nissan VQ 3.5L V-6 engine. The engine produces 280 hp and 268 lb-ft of torque. Versions of this engine appear in the Nissan 350Z, Nissan Skyline, Renault Laguna, and others. Due to the versatility of the Infiniti's chassis, a number of different engines can be installed into the Vaydor kit, such as the GM LT4, GM LS3, or GM LT1. Up to 1,000 hp can be achieved. The Vaydor can also be converted to have an electric motor.