We're no grill experts but the company claims that the Porsche-penned X-Series incorporates a new burner technology called 'Crossray' that uses up to 50% less gas and emits up to 80% less smoke than traditional gas grills.
"The collaboration with Porsche Design Studio has been an incredible process to be a part of," said Jeffery Sears, CEO for Barbeques Galore. "Porsche Design Studio brought their impeccable sense of detail, beauty and best-in-class engineering to create a superior outdoor grilling system. We incorporated Crossray(R) which is the most advanced gas grilling system available to consumers. The result is a winning combination of functionality and style found in the X-Series."