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Sunday, February 5, 2012

Fiat 500 Abarth Seduction Ad Translation


FIAT 500 Abarth - 2012 Super Bowl Commercial - Seduction

The Fiat 500 Abarth is beautiful and exquisite - just like Catrinel Menghia in the ad. Here is what she is saying to you:

"What are you looking at? Uh!? What are you looking at?! Are you undressing me with your eyes? Poor guy… you can’t help it? Is your heart beating? Is your head spinning? Do you feel lost thinking that I could be yours forever?”



Translation courtesy of Giallo Edizione, member of
the Fiat 500 USA Forum

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Call me crazy, but I went looking for the translation half hoping for vehicle specifications whispered seductively.

Anonymous said...

Italian is such a romantic language. She could have been telling him what she had eaten for dinner last night and it would have sounded just as good!

Unknown said...

To Anonymous (above)

Then you should see the movie "A Fish Called Wanda", especially the key scene in the last ~15min. or so minutes with John Cleese and Jaime Lee Curtis.

Bill Magnusson, Jr. said...

"Is your heart beating?" is likely more accurate, but, "Is your heart pounding?" would have been better.

I attempted Italian a few years back to impress a woman, but gave up when I couldn't tell if I was speaking that or the Spanish I learned in high school.