Todd DeMeza, Contributing Writer

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Todd DeMeza has a long time interest in and passion for cars. During high school, he decided he wanted to use his enthusiasm to become an automotive journalist. Todd bought a 1991 BMW 318is as his first car, and has loved BMWs ever since. While attending the University of Nevada, Reno, he worked for the student newspaper and for the Online Nevada Encyclopedia. Now graduated from journalism school, Todd is working in automotive journalism.

Articles

  • Wiesmann, the German manufacturer of lightweight, retro-styled sports cars powered by BMW M engines, finally went out of business earlier this year after several years of barely scraping by. But for...

  • More Details On Ferrari’s Turbocharged '458M' Due In 2015

    Ferrari recently confirmed it plans to give each of its models a shelf life of about eight years, but will also give them a significant update—or “modificato” as Ferrari describes it—midway through their product cycles to keep ‘em fresh and allow a ‘new’...

  • VW Exec Confirms New Phaeton, Rules Out BlueSport-Like Sports Car

    A senior Volkswagen official has confirmed that the company is pressing ahead with a new generation of its Phaeton flagship sedan but has no intention of reviving plans for a small sports car based on 2009’s BlueSport concept car despite recent reports saying otherwise. Speaking with Autocar...

  • First Video Of The Polestar-Enhanced Volvo S60 And V60: Video

    Volvo’s first Polestar-enhanced models have finally landed, and they look particularly tasty in their signature Rebel Blue paint schemes. But with any good performance car, it’s what’s inside that counts most, and in this department the new S60 and V60 Polestar models certainly...

  • VW Allegedly Confirms All-Wheel-Drive Polo R

    Volkswagen’s new Golf R looks set to receive a little brother based on the Polo subcompact sold overseas. Likely to be called the Polo R, the latest VW hot hatch is said to be adopting an all-wheel-drive system and a 250-horsepower turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine. The information...

  • Is TVR Set For A Comeback?

    TVR was one of the more refreshing, yet slightly-mad, sports car manufacturers in the world. Its cars were uniquely styled and offered amazing performance for the price. But some shied away from the cars, mostly due to the cottage-industry build quality and out-of-place ergonomics. Many many were...

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