BMW made an all-electric 536-hp dune buggy

BMW's Dune Taxi resembles Extreme E's Odyssey 21.

Electric race cars are cool, whether they're single-seaters or Audi's latest Dakar challenger

BMW is coming back into EV racing with the Dune Taxi after abandoning Formula E.

Top Gear originally covered the German automaker's YouTube teaser

Dune Taxi demonstrates its outstanding powers and similarities to the Extreme E Odyssey 21.

Dune Taxi's body is NFRP, according to the video. Similar to carbon fibre, but made from plant-based fibres.

Dune Taxi's bodywork resembles a rally raid racer

The car's all-electric motor produces 400kW and 1,000Nm, or 536 hp and 737 lb-ft of torque, according to the video.

This looks like a Dakar-dominating machine. BMW hasn't revealed where the new bike will race.