Volvo has announced that it will be integrating Spotify into all its new models with the Sense infotainment system, starting with the XC90 SUV, S90 sedan and V90 estate. So long as the music streaming service is available in your country, the Swedish car maker said that its latest cars will have the option available.

“Anyone that has used Spotify knows how great it is – you have access to your favourite music, all the time. We are very proud of our unique and custom-made interface for Spotify,” said Björn Annwall, senior vice president of marketing sales and service at Volvo Cars.

Once available (March 2016), owners will get a free 30-day trial, after which a subscription fee for the service will be required. The cost of this hasn’t been disclosed yet, but as you can expect, it will differ according to individual markets. And yes, Malaysia is one market that is expected to get the feature.

Anwall also pointed out that smartphone users may currently use Spotify in any of Volvo’s three latest models via Bluetooth or Apple CarPlay. However, the integration with the cars’ nine-inch touchscreen display promises a “richer experience and a search functionality that non-native applications cannot deliver.”

“As before, you can still play music from your Spotify smartphone app in your car, or you can use the in-car app, which will contain all of your favourite playlists, artists and albums,” said Annwall. Drivers also wouldn’t need to rely on their smartphones as much, draining its battery in the process.

Spotify Connect functionality will also be available, allowing passengers to use their mobile devices as remote controls for the Spotify in-car app without needing to connect their devices to the car.