Funny enough I had an order for a top trim GT-L AWD - and was willing to spend the money. Kia is having serious issues building... well anything right now it seems. I placed two orders at two dealerships in April. 6 months later neither the dealer or Kia corporate could tell me anything more than "your car hasn't been built yet". These were high volume dealers too - tracking their shipments out of S Korea by VIN, Texas as a whole was only getting maybe 5 GT-Lines a month (now zero)I wouldn't be surprised if Chevy stopped producing the EV and only kept the EUV in 2023. It would work like a price increase without changing the MSRP. Sort of like how the Kia EV6 just eliminated the base model, making it effectively $7100 more expensive. It's clear there is much higher EUV volume than EV based on what I see in inventories.
Cancelled both orders and hit the ground looking for a 22 EUV -- took delivery a month ago and LOVE IT bonus, I saved $20+k cheaper to boot. And that's before dealing with any of the insane markup games some Kia places are doing (even worse than the GM)