I was just curious about how much power this thing has if compared to a full-size 1:1 vehicle and decided to do a little number crunching.
The 1717 motor has a continuous power rating of around 2000w. Since the car weighs 10.3 lbs, that's a power to weight ratio of 0.2604HP/lb. If this was a 3,500lb car, the power would scale up to over 900HP average.
Now, 2,000w is "only" 90A @ 6s. Since we all know peak currents are always much higher, using an estimated 200A peak current draw equates to 4,440w. Scaled up, that's over 2,000 peak HP.
Assuming the use of the tallest possible gearing (46T spur/34T pinion), the tires are 4" in overall diameter (not sure about the exact value), and the current draw is 120A, the torque at the axle is a little over 2ft-lbs, which is 0.2ft-lbs/lb torque to weight ratio. Scaled up to a 3500lb car, that would be over 700ft-lbs of torque at the axle.
And if using the same 200A peak current value, peak torque at the axle is 3.43ft-lbs. Scaled up, that's 1,165 ft-lbs of peak torque at the axle.
So, if people want to know what driving one of these would be like, taking a spin in something with more power/torque, and have that power available right off the line, than a Bugatti Veyron would give you a rough idea.