Yeah. We have to remember:You know that VW Customer Support is an outsourced service that provides standardized answers, and they have access to the reservation system to see a bit more info than we do via the Developer Tools. Given all the information shared on various threads around this forum, it looks the last MY22s are going to be produced in August. Hence, if your car is still in 03, I think you/we can expect some sort of follow up from VW in the next days/couple of weeks in regard to MY transition... you know that comms is not a strong trait for them, hence give them some extra time
Also, re the EV credit change in US, most of these cars if not all might be delivered before end of this year - Chatanooga is expected to produce 7,000 cars in December. That means they will likely produce somewhere around 20-23k ID4s by end of the year. Which, based on current interpretation, means those who locked, or most of them, will get the cars with the 7.5k tax break based on current legislation.
Hope in the end, it all works out for all the folks who locked.
1. They will only produce so many 2022s
2. They are planning to stop that MY soon
3. If you are still on code 03, they haven't even started your car
4. It can take weeks to move a car through assembly.
So if you are still in 03, they simply don't have much time to start MY22 cars before they switch to MY23, even in Europe. The customer service people don't manage all this. If they run out of MY22 parts or run out of time before production switches to the new MY, they will HAVE to move locked orders to MY23. Just my thoughts.