Nothing special, just a quick dashcam tribute to the Nissan LEAF, the worlds first mass produced pure electric car. Most of the video is from a BlackVue DR400G-HD mounted in my 2012 Nissan LEAF SV, with a few clips of the same camera mounted in my 2006 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor that was following me back from the dealership on the day I bought the LEAF. Some fixed clips were recorded on a Pentax Kx DSLR. Everything was thrown together in Windows Movie Maker. Random facts: At approximately 2:30, I pass Ford's Wayne Stamping & Assembly plant, which makes the Ford Focus Electric. At about 3:50, I'm on the road that Ford's Rawsonville plant is on, which assembles the battery packs used in the Ford Focus Electric. I've been gas free since May 17, 2012. Contains the full version of Ludovico Einaudi's "Lady Labyrinth", the tune used in Nissan's "What is the value of zero" commercial.
Nissan LEAF, dashcam