GRP Combo Key for Elise & Exige

Regular price $139.00

GRP Combo Key 

Get rid of that old key fob and upgrade to our new all inclusive Combo Key.

After many hours of design and research we have come up with what we believe is a great cost effective alternative to the boring oem designed Lotus keys for the Elise & Exige along with combining the extra cobra alarm fob into one single key unit.        



*CNC machined Delrin Plastic housing.  

*Carbon Fiber top button plate. - Has small slit to enable button presses.    

*High Quality Urethane Lotus Badges - Two Included, Oem Colors & Black/Silver

*Badge Mounting Button Plate.

*Stainless Hardware - Two sets included, 1-Silver and 1-Black

*Properly sized hex drive wrench for hardware on Billet Key

*One new Uncut Key Blank 

 -Does NOT include the internal electronics, those will need to be transferred from your current fob. 

-Eliminates the extra Cobra alarm fob for Series 2 Elise & Exige cars from 2002-2007 and combines the electronics into one single unit with hidden transmitter buttons under the carbon fiber top plate. 


1. Compatibility:
The GRP Combo Key is compatible with 2002-2007 Elise, Exige 
Please Select your Year from the drop down menu when ordering and use the picture below to reference the key blank style for cars built on or around 2005.
2. Do I have to send in my key?
No.   These are a simple DIY assembly, you will just need to get the new key blank cut for your car at a local locksmith.
We will have How to videos posted for the actual key assembly process soon.   
3. Which key do I need to order? 
For 2002-2007 cars you will need either X168 or a X222 style key.
Typically 2005 and older has a X222 and 2006-2007 has a X168 but sometimes there could be exceptions, so please take a look at your current key if you fall into that year range before ordering to ensure you get the correct blank.   
The 2008+ Keys all use a X168 type Key and have a dedicated aluminum housing for the different electronics. 

4. Do I need to re-program my alarm fob?
No. You do not need to re-program your electronics.