I'm aware of why it happened. It won't change anything. Theyre just going to tell you that you should've waited until the info was released or some other reason, which is crap tbh. Ordering off of '22 info was obviously a gamble and not technically on them, they fulfilled the order of '23 base wheels (which no one knew about). I'm not blaming you for them not releasing the info in a timely manner but at the same time the order was placed without (somehow) confirming if the base wheels had changed. Understandably you and your dealer assumed/guessed when ordering, which is all you could've done with the info you had. Waiting would be the only way to really know which are the '23 base wheels. They def shouldnt allow order banks to open w/o all of the info out there.
In the end if you order a new car based off the previous MY, even if that's all there is to go on, it's on you. Not saying I agree with how this can happen but here we are. I'd be disappointed too. Wheels can make or break the whole look. I get it.