Federico Saldaña Ramos founded the company in Burgos, and after moving to Barcelona production began in 1950 with a 4-wheel microcar powered by a Montesa 125 engine.
The Kapiscooter was introduced in 1951, a three-wheeler using 125cc Hispano Villiers and 175cc Fita AMC four-stroke engines.
When production ceased in 1956, the remaining stock went to Pinguy.
Other vehicles included the Kapi JIP, modelled after the Jeep and powered by a 197cc HV.
Sources: wikipedia.nl, autopasion18.com
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