"Baby Driver" will be back — but perhaps with a new name.

Ansel Elgort, who starred as the titular getaway driver in Edgar Wright's 2017 film, teased fans with an update on the potential sequel.

“He has shared it with me,” Elgort told MTV News of Wright’s script. “Yes, I think it’s going to happen. I think there will be a ‘Baby Driver 2’. It has a different title, actually. You’re gonna have to have to ask Edgar that, though.”

Talk of a sequel have been floating around since the first movie came out. After the movie's critical and commercial success, Wright said a follow-up was "already in the works."

Last year, Wright fanned the flames on sequel rumors, posting about the one-year anniversary of "Baby Driver" on social media. He said, "And who knows, maybe he could get back on the road soon..."

But even if Wright has finished a script, it may be some time before production could get underway. The director is busy with other projects, including a psychological thriller. And Elgort is gearing up for awards season with the highly-anticipated adaptation "The Goldfinch." He is also filming Steven Spielberg's new version of "West Side Story."