Nissan Leaf 2013 acceleration 0 - 100 km/h
This is the 2013 Nissan Leaf accelerating from 0 - 100 km/h in 10.1
seconds. This car has a electric engine which produces 110 bhp. I think
this is a god car for city driving, and it has a bad range. I where driving
to my cabin, which is 60 km and i had 10 km left when came up to my cabin.
I would never buy a car like this.. But funny driving electric car, where
is the sound? Tesla is so much better in every ways!
Filming with my GoPro HD Hero 2 in 1080p. Enjoy;)
Unloading Our New Nissan LEAF + First drive [HD]
Mike Lookinland "smuggles" a (nearly) new Nissan Leaf into Utah. We bought
our Leaf at Nissan of Vacaville. Everything is put to Johann Strauss II's
"An der schönen blauen Donau" ("On the Beautiful Blue Danube"). Music
performed by Peter Falk: Orchestra Of The Vienna Volksoper. Please Enjoy!
Tesla Model S - Official Walkthrough HD
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A detailed walkthrough through the Tesla Model S.
Jump to chapters:
- Key and Doors:
00:49, 1 minute
- Front Trunk, Trunk, and Seats
01:40, 2 minutes
03:18, 3 minutes
- Steering Wheel
06:50, 3 minutes
- Touchscreen Status Bar and Charging Menu
10:07, 2 minutes
- Homelink, Profiles and Bluetooth
11:53, 2 minutes
- Driver Controls and All Glass Panoramic Roof, Part 1
13:33, 2 minutes
- Driver Controls, Part 2
14:05, 2 minutes
17:32, 2 minutes
- Heating and Ventilation
19:00, 1 minute
- Introduction to Touchscreen Apps
19:40, 1 minute
20:25, 3 minutes
23:38, 2 minutes
- Energy, Web, Back-up Camera and Phone
25:10, 2 minutes
- Glove Compartment and Manuals
26:30, 1 minute
Thanks for watching!
In this video I am showing basic use of my Vectrix electric scooter
Nissan Leaf VSP Vechicle Sound for Pedestrians
http://www.leafownersgroup.com In developing the sound system, Nissan
studied behavioral research of the visually impaired and worked with
cognitive and acoustic psychologists. After looking at applied original
technology developed to reduce vehicle noise and conducting tests in Japan
and abroad, the Approaching Vehicle Sound for Pedestrians system was
The sine-wave sound system sweeps from 2.5kHz at the high end to a low of
600Hz, an easily audible range across age groups. Nissan worked to avoid a
sound range that would add unnecessary noise to the environment (around
Depending on the speed and status (accelerating or decelerating) of Nissan
LEAF, the sound system will make sweeping, high-low sounds. For instance,
when Nissan LEAF is started, the sound will be louder, so a visually
impaired person would be aware that a nearby car was beginning operations.
And when a car is in reverse, the system will generate an intermittent
sound. The sound system ceases operation when Nissan LEAF tops 30km/h and
enters a sound range where regular road noise is high. It engages again as
Nissan LEAF slows to under 25km/h.
The system is controlled through a computer and synthesizer in the dash
panel, and the sound is delivered through a speaker in the engine
compartment. A switch inside the vehicle can turn off sounds temporarily.
The system automatically resets to "On" at the next ignition cycle.
Nissan Leaf 2013/14 - testing the world's best selling electric car [Review]
http://www.redferret.net/?p=42084. The Nissan Leaf 2013/14 is the latest
model of the world's best selling electric car. The Leaf Tekna which we
used for a week, comes fully loaded with heated seats, heated steering
wheel, a solar panel on the rear wing and the typical features of most
modern EV cars.
We found it to be a pleasure to drive and surprisingly nimble for such a
spacious vehicle. More details can be found at www.redferret.net.
Second Generation Nissan Leaf | Fully Charged
It's taken too long, but finally here is my review of the 2nd generation
Nissan Leaf. Built in Sunderland UK.
Since recording Nissan have passed the 100,000 global sales milestone.