I decided to build my own spare carrier because the market hasn't caught up to this demand yet.
To start off, remove the rear tow hook hole covers.
I got some tow hook bolts from an online smart accessory dealer. The tow hook bolts have another 12m metric bolt hole in the top. Thread those into the car, but don't tighten all the way yet.
Get a 3 foot long square tube from the lumber yard.
Stick two sharpie style pens in the open bolt holes. Align the square tube to the center on the car and press them to the sharpies to mark your drilling spots.
Also mark and drill two holes to match the lug nut holes on your spare. ( You did buy a spare first didn't you?)
If you use one bolt that is longer than the other, it will make it easier to shift the tire up and down. (more on that later) I used 1/2" bolts to go in the lug holes.
I used 2" long 12m bolts spaced by a nut to keep the bracket away from the body.
Tighten the tow bolts last so that you have some wiggle room on your holes that you measured and drilled.
With three lug nut holes, you can mount the spare slightly higher, or slightly lower. The trade off is more ground clearance or being able to open the tailgate a little farther down. First pic is in the lower position (better trunk access)
The following picture is mounted in the upper position to give a better trailing edge ground clearance. The trunk doesn't open as far, but it will rest the tag onto the tire to keep from scuffing the plastic.
If you get a small bottle jack like this one i got at Harbor Freight, it will fit in the tailgate glovebox. Also get a 15mm socket and breaker bar for a lug wrench.
Now all I have to do is take it off, paint it and get one of those spare tire covers like they use on RVs. If I can find some square hole covers that will finish it off.