If your loved one is sick of the same old stocking stuffers, it’s time to up the gift-giving game. There’s no better way to say “I love you” than with a luxury vehicle that will spread more Christmas cheer than the jolly fat man himself. We’ve compiled a list of supercars that will brighten your loved one’s holiday season and put the fat man to shame once and for all:

Lamborghini Veneno $4.5 million (pictured above)

The Lamborghini Veneno is number one on any villain’s wish list. The car was given the name “Veneno” because it looks deadlier than a Black Widow. (“Veneno” is Italian for poison.) Created to mark Lamborghini’s 50 th Birthday, this dangerous beauty has a 6.5-litre V12 engine and delivers 740 horsepower.

Pagani Huayra $2 million
If your loved one is a gamer, he/she may have driven the Huayra in Need for Speed, Forza or Grand Turismo. Named after the Incan God of Winds, Huayra reaches a speed of 230 mph, leaving behind nothing but a trail of dust and air of mystery.
LaFerrari FXX K $2.7 million

This one is for the family rebel. Nothing can hold back the LaFerrari FXX K— nothing except the law. This bad boy is illegal on city streets because he’s dangerously fast and dangerously sexy. (He also failed his emissions tests.) Designed for the track only, FXX K has a 6.3-litre V12 engine and 1,036 horsepower.
W Motors Lykan Hypersport $3.4 million
Action movie buffs will recognize this badass. Featured in Furious 7, the Lykan Hypersport is powered by a 3.7 litre twin-turbocharged flat-six engine. Taking four-wheeled luxury to a whole new level, Lykan’s LED lights are covered in diamonds. It’s so dreamy that it might’ve been the inspiration behind Drake’s song: 0-100 Real Quick. (This Hypersport does in fact go from 0-100km/hr. in only 2.8 seconds.)
Lexus NX (with ice wheels)

When we’re talking about holiday gift ideas, nothing says Merry Christmas like a supercar with a badass set of ice wheels. Fitted on a Lexus NX, these wheels are a one-of-a-kind sculptural masterpiece, guaranteed to add a bit of chill to the holiday season. Not yet available for sale, you’ll have to make this holiday gift an “I Owe You”.