There is already an affordable solution, vanlife!I'm not so sure this will go back to normal even in 2023. There are already power issues/limits in China meaning they stop plants from working 7 days a week now. Maybe it's 2-3 days of operation now.
No one will invest in old semi-conductor/chip tech plants with like 25nm tech when folks are on 9 or 7nm now. There will be a continued conflict with China for the foreseeable future so anything there can put a stop to any back to normal situation (seems to be getting worst).
Maybe this is a negative view, but I'm not holding my breath this gets back to normal in the forseeable future. Like projects at any job, it's never on-time, underbudget or without problems on the expected date.
Like the housing crisis/shortage which never fixed itself in 13 years and is still just as bad now, there is zero solutions there due to anti-development (understandable as it's a supply/demand issue) and resource (wood/timber/labor/contractors) issues.
My guess is that many dealers will simply go belly up (can't make $$ if you have nothing to sell) and manufacturers will adopt a more "Tesla/Rivian/Lucid" direct to consumer model and be more order online, dealerships become service/sales centers and manufacturer owned and pick up car locations. May take some legislation (no idea here).