The link dates back to the summer. http://www.autoindustry.co.uk/news/18-07-06_9 The brushless DC motor is calibrated to produce 120Nm (88.5 ft lbs) peak torque and 30kW (40bhp) peak power in a package that weighs 70kg including the motor, gearbox, inverter and control electronics. Power is provided by a Zebra liquid sodium nickel chloride battery, mounted under the floor near the centre of the vehicle. Running at 180-310V it has a specific power density of 194W/kg, giving a range of up to 72 miles in a standard EUDC test. Zebras have similar energy densities to Li-ion, but lack the power density (and suffer badly from self-discharge according to Tesla's Martin Eberhard). Battery pack must be fairly small given the mounting location and the range quoted. Would be fun to get hold of one of these and upgrade the drive systems while we're all waiting for Tesla to export to the UK.