I believe the made in North America clause only applies to the transition clause that protects people if they receive their car in 2023 after buying in 2022. I think if you receive your car in 2022 then you’ll still be under the old tax credit until it switches over 1/1/2023Under the draft legislation, after the bill is signed until the end of 2022, the current credit rules still apply (so manufactures that are out of credits are still out, it’s a credit not a rebate, current income caps still apply) but it also must have final assembly in North America. Think that pretty much leaves Ford and Rivian for companies getting the credit for the rest of ‘22, but I may be wrong on that. Then the rest of the rules (battery composition, lower income caps, no manufacturer caps) kick in 1/1/23. So hopefully the wording changes!