Another motor to look into would be a Meiden Y61 60kW EV Motor. We already putting one into a jetski project (half built) and thinking of using one also for a small car project, and with the gearbox they can come attached to we think it would produce 198Nm torque. You might need a wheelie bar with that i suspect.
Do you have a link to a description with full specifications of this motor? In a quick search I found the 60 kW Meiden motor at Second Life EV Batteries
, but it contains the nonsensical description item of "3 Phase asynchronous perm magnet brushless", so nothing in the listing is credible (an asynchronous motor doesn't have permanent magnets). The manufacturer - Midensha Corporation - has a Electric Vehicle Drive Systems
page which mentions the motors used in the Mitsubishi i-MiEV and Outlander PHEV and a gearbox, but the "Y61" may be neither of these motors, it may be a different gearbox, and there are no detailed specs anyway.
Since 198 Nm and 60 kW corresponds to about 2900 rpm, that looks like the torque output of the motor itself, not a reduction gearbox on that motor. 197 Nm is the peak output of the i-MiEV's 49 kW motor; the i-MiEV gearbox multiplies that by about 7.