November 21, 2007 09:15 ET

Stephan Winkelmann, President and CEO of Lamborghini, Gives Wi-FiCars Internet TV an Up Close Look at the Super Rare New $1.4 Million+ Reventon

One of Only 20 to Be Built, It Has Taken the Supercar World by Storm With Extreme Styling and Lamborghini 12 Cylinder Architecture

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - November 21, 2007) - Wi-Fi TV's (PINKSHEETS: WTVN) Wi-Fi Cars Internet TV Station presents an interview with Stephen Winkelmann, President and CEO of Lamborghini, with an up-close overview of the super rare all new Lamborghini Reventon (you can watch the video by going to and selecting Lamborghini Interview from the On Demand video box. It is also part of the regularly scheduled programming on Wi-FiCars TV).

The car has had three major public unveilings: The Frankfurt Auto Show, The Tokyo Auto Show and the Los Angeles Auto Show. But even those lucky enough to see the car at one of these shows have seen it from a distance, and one major car magazine ran it on the cover with nothing more than a few stock images to show.

But takes you all the way around the car, checking out every exciting detail of design, innovation, and technical mastery with the President and CEO of Lamborghini as your guide. This video interview is only available for viewing on Wi-Fi TV, and its station (click on the On Demand box to go directly to this program).

The latest Lamborghini design and engineering masterpiece will exist only in a very limited and already sold out edition of 20 ($1.4 million+) cars for the entire world, with 12 going to the U.S., one to England, one to Japan and six others going throughout the world. The body and interior are 100% unique to the car, and the engine has been blueprinted and optimized.

"Lamborghini prides itself on being the extraordinary manufacturer of extreme super sports cars without compromise. Sensuality and provocation characterize every Lamborghini, with an aggressively innovative style. However, the Reventón is the most extreme of all, a true automotive superlative. Our designers at the Lamborghini Style Center took the technical base of the Murciélago LP640 and compressed and intensified its DNA, its genetic code," stated Mr. Winkelmann.

Under Mr. Winkelmann's leadership, and since being acquired by Audi (part of the Volkswagen family of companies), Lamborghini has excelled with a line of fantastic Italian designed and Italian built supercars, and the pretax profit earned by the Italian super luxury sports car unit rose to a record of 18.1 million euros or $24 million USD from 4.4 million euros in 2005. Similarly, the overall sales of Lamborghini have increased by 43 percent or 346.3 million euros.

Mr. Winkelmann has a tremendous background and appreciation for the marquee of Lamborghini that clearly shows in the Wi-Fi Cars interview. He has spent most his life in Italy and speaks fluent Italian, German and English.


The key ingredients to the i-TV stations on the Wi-Fi TV platform are:

a)  Global accessibility by anyone with a better than dial-up Internet
connection, including potentially millions of viewers in the U.S., China
and Europe.
b)  Live chat that lets users chat with others about the same programs they
are watching. At any one time, there could be 500 different live chat boxes
active on Wi-Fi TV based on the number of live stations now available.

Wi-Fi TV stations are available for purchase, for information send an email to or call 949-675-5011.


The press may contact Colby Marceau, Wi-Fi TV Press Relations, at 949-716-9397 or send an email to


Wi-Fi TV™ is a pioneer of TV on the Internet and the creator of Social Internet TV™. Wi-Fi TV Inc. has long touted the coming convergence of TV and the Internet, and provided the first online movie in December 1995. Wi-Fi TV Inc. provides Social Internet TV™, a new generation TV delivery platform that has a geographic sphere out-distancing any traditional cable or over-the-air TV broadcaster. Wi-Fi TV memberships are free at

The Company was launched in 1995, has been publicly traded since November 1997, and has been a pioneer in the delivery of video and books over the Internet.

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    Wi-Fi TV Inc.
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