I have not seen anything that said the last few 2021 production slots had any constraints on Supercruise. So if your order is schedule for 2021 production (which I would think means it needs to be produced this week or next??) then you might be okay. GM has officially stated that 2022 production will have a 100% constraint on SuperCruise till April 2022 (you can place an order but it will not get picked up by GM till April.)SuperCruise has become a constraint? My guy just told me like a month back saying if I removed onxy package, running board and added SuperCruise,I WILL receive my caddy as a 2021...LOL should I remove that now? I dont really need it as my location and surrounding are not even being supported by the SuperCruise network, sadly.
I should also note that the issue is that no more LM2 engines will be produced, effective now. From what others have said, there is about a ~2week supply of produced motors for car production. So if that is true in this case, GM would have a week or two of LM2 supply, but once those motors are installed in new trucks/SUV then the constraint would show up and GM would stop accepting LM2 configurations for production. So if you are scheduled for a 2021 MY production (in the next two weeks), you might be okay.Just stopped at my dealer. They are not aware of Diesel constraint.
Looks like my order wont get picked up as 2021, status wasnt even 2000 yet...Guys... I have a question for you...
A lot of you are discussing changing your order; removing running boards; switching engines, etc. etc.
Is this something that can be done at any time?
Are we only able to make changes at the 1000/2000 stage?
ie. When the order is with the dealer, or even accepted by GM?
I'm currently at the 3000 stage, "Accepted by Production Control."
Does this mean I can still tweak options, or at this point, I just sit and wait?
I could ask the dealer, but I figured some of you would know more they do!
Any info would be great!
Thanks for the info. Mine not even at 2000 yet... almost 6 months of waiting down to drain... I guess I need a new dealer.
Very much appreciate the input! I think I definitely need a talk with the dealership, and probably find myself with someone who know what they are doing...I have not seen anything that said the last few 2021 production slots had any constraints on Supercruise. So if your order is schedule for 2021 production (which I would think means it needs to be produced this week or next??) then you might be okay. GM has officially stated that 2022 production will have a 100% constraint on SuperCruise till April 2022 (you can place an order but it will not get picked up by GM till April.)
did your dealer get a VIN?This waiting game is insane. I’m still at 3400 with TPW of 8/30. Dealer thinks it should be here by early October. He will have a better idea early next week. I wonder if mine will be the last few they build.
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Do all unfilled 2021 orders automatically become 2022 orders, or do they get cancelled and the dealers have to go back into the workbench and create a new order?
At this rate why don’t you just go for a ‘22? Unless they’re pausing running board and SC for all 22 orders because they want the ‘21 orders to be processed first. In which case your order might go through quick if you went the 6.2L route.Annnd... I am back at 1100 and my truck will not be a 2021.
Dealer confirmed there is a huge restriction on diesels.
He said he can put it in as a gas engine, or wait until the diesel hold is lifted.
I guess now that the lifters situation is solved, a gas one is fine.
I just wonder about all the other constraints (running boards; Super Cruise; etc.) messing things up anyhow.
What a shame.