Pennzoil has released a significant video bidding farewell to the great American sports car. The video titled "The Last Viper," Pennzoil claims it pushed every ounce of the Dodge Viper ACR's 645bhp of power into a farewell performance.
The production of the Dodge Viper has ended after five generations. The farewell video by Pennzoil sees the Dodge Viper performing plenty of sideways drifting action and Pennzoil even succeeded to jump the Viper off the ground as it rips through the streets.
The video starts in a warehouse where an electronic dollar bill counter flips through wads of currency notes besides a newspaper article proposing a reward for the return of the last Viper produced - the Pennzoil Yellow Dodge Viper in the same warehouse.
A thief, who resembles to be the same character from Pennzoil's "Joyride" videos, observes the operation from a window on the roof.
Watch the video to find out what happens in the end.
Dodge is set to end the production of the iconic Viper on August 31, 2017, at the automaker's Conner Avenue Assembly Plant in Detroit.