How to pronounce German car brands original name pronunciation BMW, Mercedes, AMG, Porsche & more

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23 COMMENTS

  1. I bet you anything that you can’t pronounce Macan the correct way .., it’s not what we think it is .. Macan is an Indonesian word for Tiger and it’s pronounced Ma Cha N .. not Mékhan like you Germans pronounce it ., it’s not even close .. you want to know how to pronounce it correctly , here is an Indonesian review of the Macan and listen on how he pronounce it the correct proper way
    https://youtu.be/Icd7FMHnJ2o

  2. Disappointed he didn't actually pronounce the actual company name. I don't care about the letters. BMW stands for Bevarian Motorworks. What is that pronounced like.

  3. It's kind of funny how Germans will allow Americans to pronounce BMW their own way (bee-em-double-u, as opposed to bee-em-vee), but demand Porsche to be pronounced "porsch-sheh" instead of the more common American pronounciation of "porsch".

  4. I’m pretty confident Porche themselves put out a video saying you pronounce it Porch-eh. Not sure why people still argue it.

  5. Not quite related but my Dad drives a 2008 Mercedes GL, its a massive car and so we gave it the nickname 'Panzerwagen' because obviously its a tank. Little did I actually know that Panzerwagen is actually German for Armoured Car. We didn't know this buts its an interesting way to learn a language.

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