The development of electric vehicles in Indonesia can no longer be delayed. The coming decade is where electric cars dominate. Until now, there has been a lot of research and development of electric vehicles in the world. Indonesia, as one of the countries with quite a large population of cars, must be able to follow. Not only as a customer, but it must also be a producer. Hybrid vehicles are one good intermediary to enter the era of pure electric cars. Cars with a combination of the internal combustion engine (ICE) and electric motors still have a high demand for research and development. Weaknesses in electric vehicle mileage and the availability of petroleum make hybrid vehicles the choice to improve fuel efficiency. The main driver of an electric car is an electric motor. The weight of the electric motor affects the vehicle load. Electric motors and batteries are the two main components that are the heaviest in electric vehicles. The lighter the vehicle's weight, the more beneficial it is in using energy and mileage. The design of an electric motor that is lightweight but powerful is significant demand. Electric motors are dynamically loaded, so the strength of each part must be appropriately calculated. The load also causes heat to the electric motor. This heat must be adequately released so that the optimal temperature can be maintained. This paper will discuss the design of electric motors with power capabilities of up to 200 kW. FEA will be used as a design method.