Ironically I've heard the opposite. One person said, "Damn, there are so many options in those settings I bet not a single iPhone user would be comfortable with this car. Must be mostly bought by Android users." This person associated iPhone users with liberals.
Apparently you don't live in California. Almost every store, every restaurant, every place of business has a Proposition 65 cancer warning. It's become an icon for making bad laws. If you warn at every turn people will become numb to them and just ignore the warnings. Kinda like the warning...
I put the matte screen protectors by theOCDplug on both the infotainment screen and the instrument cluster. Day and night difference. No more fingerprints and no more glare. It looks like it should without any loss in clarity.
I also added the Pillar protectors by them and they look great.
Going with what they know reduces the variables needed to hit the ground running. This lets them concentrate on what has to be done differently for an EV. I believe that for Ford's first all EV car this has been a very good job so far. Yes, there have been some software glitches but they'll...
Ironically, I get almost no attention here in SoCal. This area is littered with so many EVs that nobody pays attention any more. 40% of all electric cars in the US are in California and I'd bet more than half of those are in SoCal.
I live in SoCal and my actual insurance rate with Farmers on the Mach E is less than it was on the 2009 Ford Edge that it replaced.
As to electrical rates: SoCal Edison charges me 7 cents per KWH after 10pm. I have solar so I pretty much pay net zero for fuel.