440 kW (590 hp) of power, and over 6,000 Nm (4,425 lb·ft)
Acceleration is disappointing though, only 4.9 sec for 0.100 km/h, but I guess that has more to do with insufficient traction control rather than insufficient power.
https://chargedevs.com/newswire/elaphe- ... -a-bmw-x6/
Elaphe Propulsion Technologies has built a demonstrator vehicle that it claims is the highest-performing in-wheel-powered car ever.
The modified BMW X6 uses 4 Elaphe L1500 gearless electric motors mounted inside the wheels. It delivers over 440 kW (590 hp) of power, and over 6,000 Nm (4,425 lb·ft) of direct-drive torque. The 5,300-pound vehicle can reach 62 mph in under 4.9 seconds.
Elaphe will use the demonstrator for on-vehicle validation and testing. The company is investing heavily in R&D and scaling up production – it recently won a grant of over 1 million euros from the EU to help bring its L1500 in-wheel motor into mass production.