2013 Hyundai Veloster Turbo - En Español

Twitter - @AlVazquez_fama facebook.com/al.vazquez.1122 2013 Hyundai Veloster turbo Powered by a new 1.6-liter turbocharged-Gasoline Direct Injection (T-GDI) engine and in-house six-speed automatic or manual transmission horsepower: 201 at 6000 RPM Best-in-class highway fuel economy estimated at 38 mpg (M/T) Best-in-class specific output at 125.6 horsepower per liter Best-in-class weight to power ratio of 14 lbs/hp Sport-tuned engine intake and Exhaust note Sport-tuned steering Unique front fascia, foglights and ground effects Hyundai-first Matte Gray paint Unique 18-inch alloy wheels with chrome inserts Projection headlights with unique LED headlight accents Side mirrors with turn signal indicators Unique LED taillights Supervision cluster Leather seating surfaces with driver's lumbar support Heated front seats turbo exclusive Graphite Black interior with Blue accents and headliner graphics Veloster turbo is the first vehicle in Hyundai's 7/11 product initiative (seven new or redesigned models in the next 11 months). Hyundai just completed its 24/7 version 2.0 product initiative (seven new or redesigned models in 24 months), with the debut of the 2012 Hyundai Azera.

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Twitter - @AlVazquez_fama facebook.com/al.vazquez.1122 THE LODGE AT TORREY PINES 11480 N. Torrey Pines Road, La Jolla, CA, USA Designed in a remarkably authentic Arts and Crafts style, and patterned after some of Greene and Greene's historic Pasadena houses, the Lodge at Torrey Pines shows a respect for history that's rare on the prefabricated Southern California coastline. And all the more impressive is the fact that despite the century-old look, it's brand new; this hotel was completed in 2002, and hewed strictly to traditional tongue and groove methods of craftsmanship, as well as modern building regulations. The site, as well, is something to behold—adjacent to the Torrey Pines State Reserve, the hotel sits on a bluff overlooking a rocky coastline, surrounded by stands of pine trees and acres of sagebrush and sandstone. You're just north of La Jolla, and just south of Del Mar, with the hotel's cars available to chauffeur you to destinations in town; yet within the resort's grounds, the feeling of seclusion is nearly total. Guest rooms are spacious, even sprawling, with custom-designed Stickley-style furniture and rich woods and fabrics. Many bathrooms feature oversized separate baths and showers, and rather than a rotating cast of boutique bath amenities, Torrey Pines features custom products blended with local sage. Rooms overlook the hotel's central courtyard or the 18th green of the Torrey Pines golf course, a once slightly derelict course redesigned by the famed Rees Jones into a thoroughly championship-ready venue. Rounding out the package are the A.R. Valentien restaurant, decorated with any number of artworks by its namesake and serving an ever-changing menu of contemporary California cuisine, and an expansive and vaguely Scottish-styled spa complex, offering massage and beauty and wellness treatments as well as a state-of-the-art fitness center. All in all, a spectacular location, a well-put-together resort, and just twenty minutes from downtown San Diego.