Spotify has made the jump to the  car dashboard thanks to a partnership with Ford.
The music streaming  service will be available through the stereo system in new Ford vehicles via the car manufacturer’s SYNC AppLink platform.
Motorists in the US and Europe will be able to control the Spotify mobile  application through vocal commands, accessing playlists and adjusting volume  settings.
“SYNC AppLink opens up a whole new world of content to Ford customers that they can access on the move by voice control while keeping their hands on the wheel and their eyes on the road,” said Ford’s Paul Mascarenas.”As one of the world’s most popular music streaming services, Spotify is  the perfect partner to demonstrate the benefits of the Ford SYNC AppLink system.”Kaliki Audio Newsstand, Glympse and Aha were also confirmed as SYNC AppLink partners at the Mobile World Congress.SYNC AppLink will be  exclusive to new Ford cars at launch, but it is estimated that the technology  will come built-in to 3.5 million Ford vehicles in Europe by 2015.