Miele Unveils Design for Life with New Generation 6000 Series
Elegance, versatility and convenience in the kitchen
Princeton, NJ - April 11, 2014 - Following five years of extensive product development, Miele introduces its Generation 6000 series of appliances. As the most significant Miele product launch in the United States, Generation 6000 sets new benchmarks in design, technology and innovation. Comprising new convection ovens, speed ovens, steam ovens, combi-steam ovens, coffee systems, microwave ovens and gourmet warming drawers - Miele Generation 6000 ensures unprecedented convenience, performance and elegance for today’s kitchen.
“Miele Generation 6000 is the result of countless hours of research and development, culminating in the most well-resolved appliance series Miele has ever developed – bringing design and innovation that exceed expectations,” said Dr. Christian Schwarz, VP of Marketing for Miele. “This entire series was designed on the principle of ‘Design for Life’, which ensures all Miele appliances are tested to last 20 years and that each appliance flawlessly complements another in form, function and materials to elevate the culinary experience.
Generation 6000 includes two distinct design styles - PureLine and ContourLine - as well as several color options including Brilliant White and Truffle Brown. Design for Miele is not simply the exterior. Like the design principle, form follows function; the true beauty of the Generation 6000 series is highlighted by its intuitive user interface, which ensures unsurpassed performance and convenience in the kitchen. With these new color options and the uniform design of the Generation 6000 series, Miele has created a series of appliances that will seamlessly integrate into any kitchen or lifestyle. Whether appliances are installed vertically, horizontally, as a square or in a T-shape configuration, the design is fully resolved.
M Touch – Top-class technology with a special touch
Oven Innovations: Moisture Plus, Gourmet Center and MultiSteam
Also new to the 30” Convection Oven is the addition of MasterChef Plus programs. Ideal for the consummate baker at home, this exclusive new menu system houses 14 automatic bread programs and replicates results seen in artisan bakeries. Included are programs for sourdough, whole grain, rolls and baguettes.
A pioneer in steam oven technology, Generation 6000 Steam and Combi-Steam Ovens are equipped with MultiSteam technology, a revolutionary new steam cooking generation. The addition of six steam inlets in the Steam Oven and eight steam inlets in the Combi-Steam Oven, delivers fast, even steam distribution and incredibly quick heat-up times for even cooking results through a more powerful steam generator.
Long regarded for its ingredient-driven menu, Miele MasterChef programs are now located within the Gourmet Center. Choose from more than 100 easy to use programs for grains, vegetables, meats, fish and poultry. At just the touch of a button, the program will deliver menu options that guide the user step by step - from the desired oven mode to temperature - all resulting in the perfect dish.
Generation 6000 Coffee Systems impress with comfort and innovation
Also new is the EasyClick milk system which is a dishwasher safe glass, milk flask that effortlessly clicks into place at the front of the machine. And for easy maintenance, the new Miele Coffee Systems now automatically rinse all milk spouts and hoses with water after each use.
The One Touch for Two feature allows the user to prepare two coffee specialties such as cappuccino and latté macchiato at the same time, thus reducing prep time when two or more drinks are being served.
Miele Generation 6000 series is distinguished by its elegant design and remarkable innovations to deliver unmatched results that can be seen, touched and tasted. German engineered and tested to last 20 years, Generation 6000 reinforces the Miele Design for Life philosophy and solidifies Miele at the forefront of residential culinary appliances.
Miele Generation 6000 will be available in the United States in July 2014.
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