It would definitely be unethical and illegal if they failed to disclose the MSRP. But I haven't seen a dealer do that. The dealers I've been talking to don't say "the price will be 140". They say the price is 130 plus a market adjustment of $10k given the conditions. That's been very clear.I don't think it's 'living in fantasy land' when one expects a luxury car brand to not allow its dealers to be above board with their customers and to make sure that what price is on the brands website and car building software vs. what their licensed reps/dealers tell you? To me that is false advertising and bait and switch?
I don't think that's false advertising. Maybe you could say that Porsche should make it more clear on their website that final pricing is up to the retailer. I'm pretty sure they have a statement to that effect, but maybe they can make it more prominent
But the alternative is to wait. In my case I had other hobbies and work which took me out of the car hobby for a couple of years. And right now I"m really back into it and it's worth extra to me to go with that enjoyment now. But it's very likely that if I waited to 2023 or 24 I could save some money. That doesn't feel like it's worth a few thousand dollars to me right now. This is a toy, it's not some big financial decision or it doesn't have major financial impact hopefully for most people (if it does, that's a different issue)