A Ford study: listen to sad songs is a key factor for happy trips
According to a study conducted by Ford in collaboration with Spotify and the University of New York, listening to sad and melancholic songs driving a car could be the best way to start your day during home-work travels.
Positive effects on mood swings could also be found up to 2 hours after listening. Some examples of positive effects songs on driver's mood are Sorry by Justin Bieber, Amy Winehouse's Back To Black and The Killers' Mr. Brightside.
According to Ford, the best way to listen to songs driving the vehicle is the premium audio system B and O Play, debuting on board of the new Fiesta.