In the Escape SE I test drove, the engine vibration felt through the steering wheel and driver's seat was most pronounced when the vehicle was idling with the gear selector in Drive, when accelerating, and when cruising at speeds between 5 and 45 mph. It was less pronounced though still noticeable when the vehicle was idling with gear selector in Park or Neutral, and when driving at freeway or rural highway speeds (50 mph or faster).
Nissan announced yesterday they are joining GM, Ford, Tesla, Honda, BMW, VW, and Volvo Cars in supporting California's right to set emissions standards including ZEV mandates. https://www.latimes.com/business/story/2020-12-04/nissan-trump-california-auto-emissions
Yet all other power seat electronics are just fine? (on 4-door leather equipped models)
It reminds me of Flex, and how cooled seats weren't offered for the first few years, and then added later. At least with Bronco, they aren't giving a "middle finger" blank button where the a/c seats would go.....
Interesting read on the guy who designed the interior of the Mach-E, and his inspiration: