The PDF virtual printer, if that's what you mean, is Windows-only.
This is what I found when I researched an article on the InDesign CC 2014 release for InDesign Magazine. Of course, I had no device to test it on, but this is what I was told:
"If you’re lucky enough to own a printer with a fancy PDF Print Engine RIP, the 2014 release includes a special feature for you. This newest print technology can accept PDF files directly instead of having to convert to the much less capable PostScript language. InDesign can now detect when you are connected to a PDF Print Engine RIP, and will create and send an appropriate PDF file.
"PDF Print Engine manufacturers will release new drivers that allow this
capability. When such a printer is selected in the Print dialog box, Composite Leave Unchanged is the only option available on the Output panel. Options related to color management, color separation, and graphics are disabled because the device RIP will perform these functions."
OK, so not the virtual printer. Very interesting.
Thanks for your answer, the information about this feature seems very limited...
Do you know, if there is a manufacture, who has already released new drivers?
@others its about a feature released with ID 2014 (search passthrough on this page InDesign CC new features | Buy Adobe InDesign CC)
From my experience working with print service providers in the past, Adobe doesn't usually release information publicly about individual manufacturers and their products for PDF Print Engine RIPs. All I've seen in the past is a list of manufacturers. If you have a particular manufacturer you work with, you should contact the about updates available.
Here's the main page I got from a Google search: