they are definitely outrunners with build in controller. Just look at the stator
Already got one in hands, the company had a stand at mobilitec 2010. Tried to get a free sample, but they denied
They are bit like the Turnigy 8085, but with quite short stators to keep the heat path to the heatsink short. These motors have very low induction. CPM solved the controller issues. These motors are used in the E-Spire for example. They cannot be bought separately. There is a lot going on here in good old germany
The three "wires" you can see in the pic are the phase wires/bars. The pic shows the motor with removed controller PCB. If I remember right, the controller uses only 6 FETs. The controller uses a "true" sinus wave form, the motors run really quiet. The FETs are facing the black motor backplate and sharing the heat sink. The heatsink is connected to the black backplate. There are 2 verions of the black packplate, one is liquid cooled, one is solid and made for finned motor housings (the air cooled versions). The backplate is connected to the vehicles frame, using it as an additional heatsink for all of the 1.5kw+ air cooled motors.
All models are basically the same, they just differ in stator length, wind and cooling. Winds available are ranging from about 75KV to about 145KV, all stated in the datasheets on their website.