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Chinese Ford F-150 Raptor Website Is Hilarious, As Translated By Google

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As we’ve reported, the all-new Ford F-150 Raptor high-performance truck is infiltrating the Chinese market, delivering mind-numbing performance to the masses there in a way no American export has ever done before.

Or, as the Chinese F-150 Raptor website might put it, the new truck has “heart majestic, in order to unimpeded, self-confidence to conquer every place.”

No, you’re not having a stroke. The folks over at Jalopnik recently visited China’s F-150 Raptor website and, not having any fluent Mandarin readers on staff, fed the site’s extravagant marketing prose through Google Translate to put it in plain English. The results are rather hilarious.

Here’s another gem: “Advance with the times, in order to make the footsteps of conquest to nothing.” We shudder to think that the Chinese Ford F-150 Raptor is quite so bleak and nihilistic; hopefully, this is a seriously imperfect translation by Google, or it’s the sort of statement that sounds infinitely less-dismal in context.

Or how about: “Enough to accommodate your world, it is enough to accommodate your conquest of the king of the world pride.” Uhhhhhhhhh, what?

For more Google translations of the Chinese F-150 Raptor website, check out Jalopnik‘s “Truck Yeah!” blog entry.

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Written by Aaron Brzozowski

Aaron Brzozowski is a writer and motoring enthusiast from Detroit with an affinity for '80s German steel. He is not active on the Twitter these days, but you may send him a courier pigeon.

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