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┬ámarketing prose through Google Translate to put it in plain English. The results are rather hilarious.

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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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