How about creating two different calculated fields:
[Pivot Field Values Without Automoviles]: IF [Tipo (pivot)] <> "Automoviles" THEN [Pivot Field Values] END
[Pivot Field Values Automoviles Only]: IF [Tipo (pivot)] = "Automoviles" THEN [Pivot Field Values] END
The use those two fields for the dual axis chart.
EDIT: Please keep in mind that although this will work, the chart will be quite misleading, as bars of a similar height will not represent comparable values.
I mocked up an example using superstore data, but you might need to provide your own dummy data if this example is not sufficient.
Step 1 - I created 2 calculated fields in order to split a dimension into 2 parts - I'm envisaging you might need to do something similar to isolate 'automóviles'.
Step 2 - drag onto worksheet to create dual-axis and change second measure to bar or line
Viola, a dual-axis viz with values on only one of the marks and the rest on the other.
HTH 2018.3 attached
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OMG Thank you very very much. I'm crying of happiness.
Thank you very very much. I'm sorry for not selecting your answer as the correct one, but I selected Stephen's because it was published first; anyway, your answer is also correct and very helpful as well. Than you so much.