One main suggestion I have is learn to edit to the song you are using, in this case it never really matched the song and just makes it obvious that you are new.
Ways to improve:
1) Cut with the beat, makes it feel as if the sound and video are more connected.
2) This one is harder, but try and feel the music and make shots that fit the mood at the moment. ex. the sound at 1:23 seems better for a slow pan that starts at part of the car and moves along while slowly moving farther from the car, and at the end shows a large portion of the car or maybe even just a pan of the side of the car with the river/valley as the main real estate in the shot( basically end something similar to 1:27 but maybe from farther away to include more car if you wanted).
3) Make shots that fit the song, so plan out to sections of the song, rather than fit shots to the song after the fact.
4) Slow rolling shots fit slow sections of the song where there is little defined beat by bass/drums. But in general rolling shots, if possible, do add a lot to a video.
If you want a great example of how to really edit to music and to get a feel for what I was trying to explain in words check out krispy media on youtube for his amazing car edits.
Some of this just takes feeling, more than "skill", because if you can feel out a song and imagine a type of shot that fits the mood or edit in a way that is smooth, concise and on beat your quality will be much, much better.
To be honest to a fault, I would not have watched the video unless it was because you asked for advice...I could feel that you may not have put much "feeling" or "heart" into the edit as would be expected of a great edit, but this isn't bad for your first video. If you want ideas for content you could just go to different visually interesting locations and make videos with your car there, like a mini series of where your car "goes". I think that would be interesting and create a niche for you in the automotive video world. You could also apply that to friends cars, and get them to do series along with your car, so you could get more content and learn more from the experience.
BTW the locations you choose was a strong suit of the video, so you did really good on that part.
Hope this helps, don't take offense to anything, I could have been more harsh but there is no need for that. You did okay for your first try though!