If you’re an automotive enthusiast who only settles for the best whenever it comes to your vehicle, you’ll be well-acquainted with the quote “no expenses spared.” Contrary to popular belief, this mindset isn’t isolated to performance and aesthetic upgrades — it’s also prominent within the realms of apparel and accessorization. Formawerx, a high-end key maker that’s made its name in bespoke iterations for the world’s most immaculate Porsches and Land Rovers, has finally branched out with its newest “Ignition FD” collection.
Until recently, the Los Angeles-based studio had only traded in the creation of keys for the 911 and Defender chassis. For this (curious) collection, however, they’ve decided to create a set of bespoke accessories for Mazda’s most integral platforms — the 1989-1997 Miata (NA), and its sibling, the 1993-2002 RX-7 (FD). Both keys were inspired by and built around the company’s infamous rotary engine, and take on a sleek architecture that’s been CNC’d from 303 stainless steel. On their exterior, each example has been dressed in an eye-catching silver or PVD black colorway, helping to deter damage and garner a unique patina over time. This also marks the first time that Formawerx has created a model catered toward the JDM market, making it even more noteworthy. Head to the company’s website to pick up one of your own for $150 and up.