Kia had almost a meteoric rise in the country in just three years, The South Korean carmaker Kia is not only among the top five carmakers of the country but also looking to make its mark in the electric vehicle space by rolling out a small SUV EV in the wake of growing popularity of electric vehicles India. According to sources, development work on a compact SUV codenamed as AY has halted, and it is expected to enter the roads in 2025. However, various people in the automobiles as well as allied sectors are concerned about the situation. The manufacturing of proposed SUV’S will be based on a flexible platform which would be providing a leverage to the company to add a petrol variant as well to it’s product line to get benefit from the surge in demand . While the development work is in progress rivals like , Seltos and Sonet will enter the electric vehicle market in 2022, bringing its encyclopedically successful EV6 to India. In 2022, the vehicle earned the car of the year award. The objective is to seed the EV demand with a pre-assembled decorating item, reorient the infrastructure in the the coming years as many times to build the necessary structure, and then introduce a mainstream EV by 2025. As a result, Kia will be able to satisfy both sides of the request. Maruti Suzuki, the country's largest manufacturer, and Toyota are also planning to enter the greener vehicle market around the same time. The EV request in the country is presently dominated by indigenously built Tata Motors with close to 90 percent market share .By the time Kia enters the mainstream EV space, Indian Automobile giants Tata Motors and Mahindra & Mahindra would have rolled out about a dozen EV models between them. A dispatch transferred to Kia India didn't evoke any response as of press time on Monday. Kia CEO Ho Sung Song had last Discussed the company’s E.V’s roadmap where the target was set to sell 4 million vehicles by 2030 with 50 of it coming from galvanized powertrain and pure electric vehicles counting for 30.It plans to launch 14 electric vehicles till 2030. This time, the company has approved an A+ category EV or entry SUV EV because of growing demands in the country .India accounted for about ten percent of Kia's global product and nearly eight percent of its total revenues in 2021, and the original base is expected to continue to surpass global growth. According to the company's global plans , it will export approximately 3-3.3 lakhs units out of a total product of units projected by 2022 from India. Kia now sells its vehicles in about 90 countries. With the launch of the Carens MPV, India is poised to become a far larger worldwide destination for the South Korean automaker. In its third year of existence, Kia's Indian division has become profitable. – A feat not yet achieved by the already present big players in the country – proving that carmakers can make gains in India if they execute their strategy right. With increased volumes in both domestic and exports requests, the profit is set to increase. Despite it being a pandemic stricken time, Kia’s total development grew 87 % to INR 1,111crore in FY21. This accounts up to 10 percent of the total estimated passenger auto car profits last time. The company’s sales volume grew to almost 90 percent in terms of units sold inFY21.Interestingly, Kia India has not only been quickest in terms of volumes growth, but also in terms of Increasing the figures of their bottom line.