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About Taxi Electric

Taxi Electric offers personal transportation services for businesses, non-profit, hotels, and private individuals in the Netherlands. It is based in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Headquarters Location


Amsterdam, 1114 AE,


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Latest Taxi Electric News

BMW Dune Taxi Electric Prototype Breaks Cover With 536 HP, 738 LB-FT

Sep 15, 2022

Listen to this article We’ll be the first to admit that BMW has taken us by surprise with the unveiling of its so-called Dune Taxi. A new fast-paced video published on YouTube by the company’s Middle East division shows a wild purely electric off-roader with meaty tires and huge ground clearance. With 400 millimeters (15.7 inches) of wheel travel, the eccentric EV flaunts its go-anywhere capabilities in a promo film co-starring the X6 M Competition and the iX M60. The high-riding, electric beast wears the company’s enormous new grille but we’d argue the kidneys are – maybe for the first time – proportionate with the body. The Dune Taxi appears to have gullwing doors and a roof scoop, part of the natural fiber-reinforced polymer body. Slim LED lights at the front and rear give the off-roader a futuristic vibe while the stripped-down cabin has a full rollcage and “Cosworth” lettering on the center control stack. 6 Photos BMW has yet to issue a press release about the Dune Taxi, albeit it does share some juicy specs in this action-packed video. We do know the electric motors deliver a combined output of 400 kilowatts and 1,000 Newton-meters of instant torque, which works out to 536 hp and 738 lb-ft, respectively. The contraption seems to be real even though some parts of the clip do appear to make heavy use of CGI. Speaking of blurring the line between what’s real and what isn’t, the Dune Taxi performs a slalom maneuver to avoid a bunch of X5 E53s riding on two wheels before climbing a 130-degree slope. The video ends with the 2021 Concept XM, which will break cover in production form on September 27. It’s unclear whether the nearly five-minute video is only to showcase xDrive and M with a heavy dose of “i” or BMW actually wants to go racing with the Dune Taxi. It would give the Audi RS Q E-Tron E2 a run for its money at the Dakar Rally. Coinsmart. Europe’s Best Bitcoin and Crypto Exchange. Click Here Platoblockchain. Web3 Metaverse Intelligence. Knowledge Amplified. Access Here. Source:

Taxi Electric Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Taxi Electric's headquarters?

    Taxi Electric's headquarters is located at Amsterdam, Amsterdam.

  • What is Taxi Electric's latest funding round?

    Taxi Electric's latest funding round is Other Investors.

  • Who are the investors of Taxi Electric?

    Investors of Taxi Electric include Rubio Impact Ventures.

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