To start, the DJI FPV racing drone comes with three-blade propellers, when it’s usually only two-blade ones. It also comes with a huge hump in front. This is presumably so that the camera tilts upwards to compensate for the drone tilting forward when flying at high speeds. And then there’s the simple controller, but with the FPV headset.
Naturally, with no official announcement, there’s no telling when the DJI FPV racing drone will become available. The same applies to its price, and what its spec sheet is like. But it’s something to look forward to whenever the company says that it has something to announce.