I think you mean a "non" - "Immobilized" key. There is a key code, regardless. It's not the VIN. A dealer should be able to obtain the 4-digit code (It actually may be more than four on the early models that didn't use either of the Immobilizer systems). to cut the key from the VIN. I would also assume, any automotive locksmith, who has the ability (and the subscription to the system) to program Immobilizer systems) also has access to the key codes by VIN.I believe they should be able to cut an immobilized key without that code though right? Its not laser cut but I know they cut the key for our Mk1 with just our VIN.