Audi has announced plans to directly integrate Apple Music, the tech giant’s music streaming subscription service, into its vehicles. This integration will allow Audi customers who use the service to access their subscription directly from the OEM’s MMI screen. Leveraging Audi’s in-car internet data, Apple Music subscribers can find and play their favorite songs in the vehicle while discovering new music.

To access the service, customers can log into their Apple Music account directly from on Audi’s infotainment system, with no Bluetooth or USB required. After linking an active subscription to the vehicle, Apple Music subscribers can access the service’s full catalog of ad-free music.

The OEM confirmed that the service will be made available in the majority of its vehicles in Europe, North America and Japan – coming first to MY 2022 models. For existing Audi owners, it will launch as part of a future over-the-air update.

To activate Apple Music, customers open the in-vehicle app and log in to the service with their Apple ID. A verification code will then be sent to their phone to finish the setup process. In Europe, cellular data streaming costs incurred are billed via a data package available from Cubic-Telekom, with the first three gigabytes provided free of charge.