SIS

SIS - Sociedade Irmãos Simões was founded by Joaquim Simoes Simoes Costa in the early '50s. had two plants in Sangalhos and Arcos. In 1964, Aulácio Almeida (OSP - Organization Sachs Portugal, J. Simões Costa), purchase the SIS - Sociedade Irmãos Simões (producers of their own brand Cruzador and of the assemblies of other brands: OSP, Rex, Tansini, etc..), Changing the name for SIS - Veículos Motorizados, Lda. started to use the name SIS Sachs. Later, in 1971, merged the two into one facility, located in Malaposta, Anadia. The connection to the German company Sachs & Fitchel began shortly after the founding of SIS, with the granting of the German production of these engines in Portugal. It produced some of the most emblematic national models.

Assembly line SIS Sachs 1974 

Models



Brand Model Engine Displacement Engine type Typology Startup
SIS Lebre
SIS Ciclone
SIS V4
SIS Turismo
SIS TC 50
SIS RE 50
SIS Turismo
SIS Almirante 4 Sport
SIS V5 Super
SIS V5 Fuego
SIS Lotus Export
SIS V5 Lotus
SIS Super
SIS 1X2 Totomoto
SIS 5V
SIS Minor 505
SIS Andorinha
SIS Nacional
SIS Safari
SIS Asa d Ouro
SIS 75
SIS 70
SIS Mini Sport
SIS Brasa
SIS Mini Turismo
SIS 1x2
SIS Felino
SIS Brasa
SIS Diva
SIS Cross Country 100 cc
SIS KTS 50
SIS Prototipo
SIS Dover
SIS Minor GT
SIS Minor
SIS Nova V4
SIS V5 Turismo
SIS V5 Sport
SIS Motocarro SIS
SIS Bamby
SIS V5 Top Racing
SIS V5 Motozax
SIS Golden Chopper
SIS KTS 50
SIS Lotus V5 Sport
SIS V5 Racing
SIS Nova Lebre
SIS Saxy Taxi
SIS Diva SP
SIS RE 75
SIS Bambina
SIS V4 Ranger