The Porsche 919 Hybrid has been unveiled and available in both the GT-S and GT-L guise.
The GT-Porsche 919 is now on sale in the US, the UK, Australia and Germany, and will be available from September.
The GT-RP919 is priced at $9,000 AUD.
The Porsche GT-8, meanwhile, is now also available in the Porsche 918 Hybrid and GT 918 Super Coupé.
Both cars have the same design language, but with the GT 917, Porsche has upgraded the powertrain and chassis with a new engine and aerodynamic package.
The car also has a completely new suspension and drivetrain.
The 919 and GT918 have been offered in the United States and Australia.
The latter is only available in black and grey, while the GT917 and GT911 are available in white.
The 911 is priced between $20,000 and $23,000AUD, while GT 919 costs $26,000.
Both the GT R and GT R9 will have their own special edition models, including the 919-powered GT-Performance, GT-Sport and GT Sport Plus.
The 919 will be a limited edition in Japan, while it will be priced at ¥17,500.
The standard GT-RT, meanwhile is priced around ¥19,000, and the GT GT-C, GT GT9 and GT GT911 range in Japan from ¥14,000 to ¥18,000 each.
Porsche says the new GT 909 Hybrid is a “truly innovative” concept, with the 917 being a “premium-performance coupe”.
It also has some special styling features, including “welters”, a “wet roof” and “welt cushion”.
The hybrid is powered by an 8.2-litre V6, while a 6.4-litres V8 is used in the GT Porsche 917 Hybrid.
Pistons GT-Aero has been launched in Europe, with GT 914 Turbo coming in April 2018.
It’s powered by a 917 and 918 engine.