I Personally wouldn’t hope for that. I like to nickname it the ‘chip shortage edition’ since they removed a few features from the car due to the ongoing supply issues, mixed with a few cost saving features. For the sake of speeding up the production line you won’t always get things to spec either. I’ve seen this work in peoples favor by getting leather seats in their iconic Zoes for example, but also some GT Line owners getting things like the the smaller infotainment screen.
I personally would rather take one with fixes applied, or a late 70/early 21 plate. But I am sure some others would prefer to just get a shiny new car even if it’s a slightly different specification to standard.
(This is my experience with the Zoe in general. So far in terms of Onto fleet, aside from the QI Charging pad being missing, and possibly also the AEBS radar sensor not being fitted, I don’t recally anyone here mentioning significant variations. You may continue to get lucky with the Onto cars and find they are still mostly as described)