For 2017, Weber greatly expands the Genesis lineup. The new Genesis II features a series of 2-, 3-, 4-, and 6-burner grills in propane and LP that come in a variety of colors, including stainless steel.
Weber brings back an open cabinet design on basic models–a design they discontinued in 2003/2004 in favor of enclosed storage cabinets with doors. They have continued the popular porcelain coated cooking grates and Flavorizer bars. All grills have an “iGrill Ready” work surface for use with the recently acquired iGrill remote thermometer.
An upgraded LX option is available that provides the enclosed cabinet along with other features including side burner, stainless steel rod cooking grates, stainless steel Flavorizer bars, electronic LP tank meter, handle lights and front-mounted tool hooks.
All of these grills feature the “Weber GS4 High Performance” burners indicated by the logo located on the upper left corner of the front control panel. Weber GS4 High Performance is a new trademark registered in March 2016 that refers to newly designed, very efficient, high performance burners.
Rotisseries will be available; they will be adjustable to fit the various model sizes.