Best known for their motocarros, motorcycles were introduced in 1959. Engines were mostly Hispano Villiers 197cc two-strokes and Matacàs diesels. They also built a small number (perhaps 6) of larger machines powered by 250cc HV twins.
Their motocarros were very well received. Introduced in 1958, these were initially powered by the HV 197cc two-strokes, later fitting a Diter single and a diesel from Güldner of Barcelona. The last of their motocarros were produced in 1965 and were fitted with a twin-cylinder Matacás engine.
Competition from Tempo, Romeo and DKW grew fierce causing Talleres Arau to explore other business opportunities.