While the facelifted Santa Fe has just been launched not many moons ago in South Korea, we’ve now received images of the updated Grand Santa Fe making rounds at the company’s test facilities in Germany.

Design-wise, the upcoming long-wheelbase variant is likely to be similar to the new standard version (albeit not identical), with a more prominent hexagonal grille on the front fascia. You can expect the rear end to gain a new, more sculpted bumper and taillights with updated internal graphics.

Depending on markets, the facelifted Grand Santa Fe should be available with seven airbags, electronic stability control, Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS), Automated Emergency Braking (AEB), High Beam Assist (HBA), Blind Spot Detection (BSD) and Advanced Smart Cruise Control (ASCC).

It should also be compatible with Hyundai’s Blue Link, where one will be able to control the SUV, doing things remotely like starting up the car, locking and unlocking and even locate their vehicle with a smart watch.