Sea-Doo today introduced an all-new version of its flagship high-performance model, the RXP-X 300. Highlights include a new hull design. Dubbed T3-R, a nod to a race-influenced version of the “tight-turning, T-shape” design that defined the previous model, the hull features a more dramatic, deeper-V that promises to slice through choppy waters with more precision as well as provide greater stability at high-speeds. The latter trait should give the craft broader appeal with performance-minded recreational riders as well as the hardcore performance crowd. A new “shark gill” feature has also been introduced to regulate air flow below the surface for greater control at speed. The craft also accelerates more aggressively than before, in part thanks to a 67-pound weight reduction.