Mazda recently introduced the Mazda3 Turbo with its turbocharged 2.5-liter four-cylinder that’s also offered in the Mazda6, CX-5 and CX-9. If you’ve been wondering if the CX-30 is going to get the same engine, we have good news for you – it is.

Mazda hasn’t made the announcement, but CarsDirect has received an early order guide for the 2021 Mazda CX-30, which reveals that the small crossover is slated to get the 250-hp turbocharged engine. This will give buyers another choice, who want more power than the current 186 hp 2.5-liter engine offers.

When it does arrive, the CX-30 Turbo will be a bit more expensive, since the order guide reveals that it will start at $31,000, which is $6,600 more than the base 2021 CX-30 and $4,400 more than the CX-30 Select.

The CX-30 Turbo will come exclusively with all-wheel drive and it will get other upgrades, like 18-inch black wheels, black mirror caps, a larger tailpipe, and an engine “harmonic enhancer”.

The most expensive CX-30 Turbo is the Premium Plus trim level that tops out at $35,000.