The X-Series Grill by Porsche Design Studios maybe three years old, but that hasn’t stopped us from drooling over this cooking apparatus.

Designed with the minimal aesthetic in mind, this grill utitlizes the latests in, well, grill technology.  Instead of charcoal or traditional gas burner, it uses infrared technology.  The fuel is still propane, but the results are less energy consumption (purportedly 80% less gas), less smoke, and a flavor that is comparable to that of charcoal.  You see, infrared cooking, which is also found in charcoal, doesn’t warm the air and then cook the food.  For the sake of simplicity, and relating our understanding, it instead cooks the food in a more direct manner and seals in all those wonderful juices.

That being said, the X-Series Grill is replete with an LCD display that pairs with a remote thermometer for monitoring cooking temperature.  It also includes LED burner status lights, a set of concealed cupboards for dishes, a rechargeable battery pack for powering the grill’s electronics, side shelves, 1,120 total square inches of cooking surface, four porcelain coated cast-iron cooking grids, a secondary cooking rack, and the always necessary temperature gauge.

The  X-Series Porsche grill is available in a matte black finish for $5,999, while the X-Series Island sports a stainless steel finish and costs $8,499.



Christen Costa

 
Grew up back East, got sick of the cold and headed West. Since I was small I have been pushing buttons - both electronic and human. With an insatiable need for tech I thought "why not start a blog focusing on technology, and use my dislikes and likes to post on gadgets."