Since this thread looks like it will have more brushed/brushless motor/controller discussion, I'd like to add some chunks to the chat stew. Here is a website called poor mans EV. The relevant section is on his drag racing 1964 Chevelle. I was surprised he chose such a heavy car, but the conversion was easy, plus RWD, and of course it was the car he could get cheap. http://www.poormansev.com/id22.html
The motor is a BRUSHED forklift motor (Drexel PN 8855), and he runs it through a 2-speed automatic trans. One of the big design choices was (as LFP discussed) what controllers are available? Because he went brushed, he is using dump contacts (clearly not an option for a daily driver), but the point is still valid.
Once someone selects a brushed system, its great that a true-believer like Cedric made his design so that the brushes are easy to change out when new ones are needed, and its great that a bigger Agni is now available. If the Agni had been designed by BMW, it would require special tools that are not sold to the public, and you would be required to send the motor to the factory to have new very expensive brushes installed.