The following list should come with a disclaimer: if you get your Pop something off this list, there’s no doubt dad will let you ride up in the front seat this Father’s Day. Getting the old man a new car would be quite the sign of appreciation, but getting him a new supercar? You’re guaranteed to be the favourite after this weekend.

Here are our top five supercars to get dad this Father’s Day.

Bentley Exp 10 Speed 6

Your dad’s a class act, and his car should be a reflection of that. No luxury car brand is synonymous with sophistication like Bentley.
Their latest concept, Exp 10 Speed 6, embodies old-school Bentley style circa 1920’s; your dad will dig the throwback look on the tight, sporty car. The luxury two-seater sits on a Porsche platform, so your dad can have high-end performance while looking like a boss in car that oozes class.

Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita

If your dad’s a boxing fan (and a multi-millionaire), the Koenigsegg is a must-add to his collection. He’ll be able to bond with Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather, the prize boxer who owns one of only two CCXR Trevita’s (so your dad would own the other).
The Trevita is uniquely coated in fiber solution that transformed traditional black, dark carbon fiber to a white, sparkling scheme.
Known as ‘the diamond on wheels’, the Trevita goes for your average $4.85 million USD. Don’t worry, that should at least make up for dad’s birthday present you forgot about earlier this year.

Aston Martin Vulcan

Say your dad’s been keen on an 800 horsepower, V-12 powered British race car, but he still can’t decide from the plethora of options.
Help him out by getting the one and only true choice: Aston Martin’s Vulcan. The $2.3 million racer is limited to 24 models (hopefully you picked one up early), all of them snatched up in a hurry. There isn’t a lightweight, high-powered driving experience quite like the Vulcan affords.

2017 Acura NSX

Dad’s been waiting a long time for you to finally give him a gift worth going out to breakfast with you for. You can blame your paltry presents because you were waiting for Acura’s NSX supercar to be released, and it’s finally here.
It’s been a painfully long wait for the NSX, and while reviews from Japan are just coming in, the hybrid two-door looks like it can live up to its lofty expectations. The NSX is powered by a 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6 that outputs a punishing 576 horsepower and 476 pound-feet of torque.
A fully-loaded NSX comes in at $205,000, which isn’t bad for a high-performing supercar.

Lamborghini Veneno Roadster

Somehow, a $4.5 million supercar isn’t the most expensive on our list. Lamborghini’s Veneno Roadster rarely comes second in anything – speed, performance, or power.

The Veneno can absolutely move – with 740 horses – maybe because it’s a little lighter than other speed demons. The Roadster has no roof. No, it’s not a convertible, no soft top or folding’s just a car with no roof.

This Lambo is a great choice if your dad loves his Sunday drive, or has a stable of other roofed cars he can drive when the weather gets wet.