The cars are currently a hot commodity. There are some sub-par EVs coming out of Subaru, Mazda, etc. and even they will sell like hot cakes.
I'm traveling in Canada right now, and I'm seeing the same issue with the shortage of cars available for sale. Yesterday, I visited a Kia dealership that had exactly ZERO new cars on their lot and just a handful of used cars. No inventory to speak of. Of course, Kia has been making superb vehicles lately, which are in high demand. The situation may be a little better with other brands - I don't know. But, in general, right now any new car will be sold in a heartbeat, and that's true for the US and Canada.
I don't know the current situation in Europe, but I suspect it's similar. Additionally, a lot of cars were manufactured in Russia (and probably Ukraine). All car plants making European automobiles in Russia are closed. Russia doesn't even have parts today to make their own LADA cars, and they are now manufacturing LADAs without air-conditioning and airbags because those parts are no longer shipping to Russia.
We are at a unique time, and Fisker is lucky to be launching their EVs this fall because he will sell every single one he can make. If you are not planning to buy one, the next in line will.