The sole non-tech upgrade for 2017 is the new Dynamic Design Pack, which amounts to more aggressive bumpers, blacked-out exterior trim, black wheels and contrast-stitched interior pieces.
Three new safety features are on offer, as well -- lane-keep assist, a drowsy-driving monitoring system and a system that can take note of speed limit signs and adjust your car's speed as necessary.
The real gem in this update is the new InControl Touch Pro touchscreen infotainment system.
The system packs a 10.2-inch screen, a quad-core processor and a solid-state hard drive.
Drivers are able to check the weather, read high-resolution maps, and more.
Basically, the infotainment system lets you do everything that the "back in my day" crowd used to do before they left the house.
The 2017 Disco Sport goes on sale in August, with a starting price of $37,695.