Yep, that's true. But it points to how little you will probably need to go in for service. The glove box door was due I'm sure to early build error. And the A/C was a bad module. Could happen to any car. Luckily, it presented itself the first summer, so as you say, all under warranty.The service was free of charge because your car is still under warranty. I tend to keep my cars way past warranty, so I wonder what these service appointments would cost under these circumstances. BMW prices or closer to Ford. It’s also interesting that you requested service on the glove box door, not something that is typically required. I’m really trying to understand the cost of ownership for these cars past the warranty period.
As others have stated, your maintenance costs should be significantly less than with an ICE. I don't know about the MME; theoretically, it should be similar. But knowing Ford's dealership model, they will want your service business, regardless of whether you need it or now.
No oil changes, no tune-ups, no emissions checks, probably no brake work needed. Gone will be the days when you have to worry about timing belts, transmissions, fuel injectors, etc. The one higher expense will be tires. But tire manufacturers are coming out with tires for EVs, so hopefully, that won't be as big of an issue going forward.