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New Maserati owner here, 2012 GranTurismo Convertible Sport. I absolutely love everything about the car. Except the key fob, the blue just doesn’t match the car at all. I found an ad on Instagram for custom leather covers. https://www.storyleather.com/featured-categories/car-key-covers/maserati.html Looks very nice and detailed to figment. Anyone heard of them or bought from them? I just ordered and will take around 30 days. Will update on quality and fitment when it arrives.
 

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New Maserati owner here, 2012 GranTurismo Convertible Sport. I absolutely love everything about the car. Except the key fob, the blue just doesn’t match the car at all. I found an ad on Instagram for custom leather covers. https://www.storyleather.com/featured-categories/car-key-covers/maserati.html Looks very nice and detailed to figment. Anyone heard of them or bought form them? I just ordered and will take around 30 days. Will update on quality and fitment when it arrives.
Let us know how this goes - I agree that the key fob is ‘underwhelming’ and would love an upgrade …
 

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I think the blue key fob is iconic. When at the Winn-LasVegas some years back, we visited the Ferrari/Maserati dealership on site. It was $10 to enter or free if you were an owner. While I was explaining that my key fob was with the valet, my wife 10ft away, reached in her purse and flashed her blue fob. The hostess immediately said “please enjoy” and waved us by.

If you walk by any valet station you will immediately notice a blue or red key fob on the board and know what it represents. Why hide it?

Blue key fobs are Maserati, Red are Ferrari, anything else is well…just not.
 
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