13 innovative car keys taking driving to a whole new level
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Don't overlook the appeal of a well-designed car key.
Keys have come a long way since the classic turn key I used to unlock my 1997 Subaru Forester.
Some automakers have ditched the classic key altogether for high-tech fobs, while others are giving classic keys an aesthetic upgrade.
Here are some of our favorites:
Business Insider's Aaron Brown wrote a previous version of this article.
But if you hate car keys altogether, there's good news: Volvo is going to start letting you use your smartphone instead.
The Jaguar F-Pace Activity Key is the key to have if you hate using keys.
Corvette has a great, matte black box of a key.
Pagani's aluminum key does more than just look good.
Maserati's key flips out of a compact fob like a switch blade.
McLaren's key reminds you lightness is key.
Aston Martin's key fob is topped off with a crystal.
The Bugatti Veyron top speed key is another one lacking any hitch-tech features. But, it makes our list for serving a very specific function.
If you can't get your hands on an old-school Ferrari key, the fob is still worthy of attention.
This Ferrari key may not have any tech-savvy features, but the design is stunning.
Koenigsegg's shield fob looks like something a superhero would carry.
Tesla's Model S key can be used to summon the car.
The BMW 7-series' key has a full-color touch screen.