Sporting a mild aesthetic refresh and bigger updates to its infotainment and safety systems, the Santa Fe Sport is hitting dealerships as you read this.
The styling updates are subtle, covering the front and rear fasciae, a new headlight design and available LED fog lights and daytime running lights.
There are all three new wheel designs in 17-, 18- and 19-inch diameters.
Other than the aesthetic tweaks, there are no updates specific to the Santa Fe Sport.
There is, however, a new color -- Nightfall Blue.
If safety's what you're after, Hyundai's reinforced its suite of active and passive safety systems.
Updates for 2017 include a new multi-view camera system, full-range adaptive cruise control, lane-departure warning and autonomous emergency braking.
There's also a new electronic parking brake with automatic holding.
The Santa Fe's Infinity-branded premium audio system now receives surround sound and Clari-Fi technology.
Thanks to some slight tweaks, fuel economy is projected to rise by 1 mpg in both highway and city driving.
Santa Fe Sports come equipped with a standard 5-inch LCD infotainment screen, but a 7-inch unit with Android Auto connectivity and an 8-inch getup with navigation is also available.