Most popular motors to use on your EV conversion:
HPEVS AC 20 motor is produces 62 horsepower and 95 ft./lbs of torque at 96 volts/650 amps. This motor is better for smaller cars or lower power applications and motorcycles.
Available from http://ev-propulsion.com/motors.html
Netgain Hyper 9 normally mated to their Hyper Drive X1 Controller & Inverter - Application is perfect for a low power conversions where converters want to use their original gearboxes. It produces 235Nm peak torque (at zero rpm – as its an electric motor) and 80kW of power between about 5,000rpm and its maximum 8,000 rpm. (circa 150BHP in old petrol power)
Available from ZeroEV https://zero-ev.co.uk/product/netgain-hyper9-ac-motor-x1-controller-kit/
Tesla Model S & X Drive units. Generally include the inverter, controller and gearing connected straight to your drive shafts. Better for high power applications would destroy most gearboxes and potentially driveshafts.
* Large Tesla drive unit - Tesla Drive Unit packages based on the large variants of the Tesla Model S/X drive units. Up to 636 HP (475kW) drive units
* Rear Tesla drive unit - Tesla Drive Unit packages based on the smaller, higher efficiency variants of the Tesla Model S/X drive units. Up to 294 HP (220kW) drive units