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.

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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.

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The real gem in this update is the new InControl Touch Pro touchscreen infotainment system.

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The system packs a 10.2-inch screen, a quad-core processor and a solid-state hard drive.

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Drivers are able to check the weather, read high-resolution maps, and more.

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Basically, the infotainment system lets you do everything that the "back in my day" crowd used to do before they left the house.

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The 2017 Disco Sport goes on sale in August, with a starting price of $37,695.

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