In a statement announced on Tuesday, the company attributed the price-hike to rising input and material costs. Costs of the entire product range will be hiked.
"The extent of price increase may vary for different models and fuel types," Hyundai Motor India Ltd (HMIL) said.
The model-wise price-hike has not been mentioned. The company is expected to divulge additional details by the new year.
Previously Maruti Suzuki and Tata Motors had announced to hike prices from January. Other automakers such as Toyota, Mahindra, Mercedes-Benz have also been reportedly considering a price-hike. Costs of vehicles in general are expected to head north once BS VI norms kicks in from April 2020 onwards.