On Monday, Nissan unveiled its “Ambition 2030” grand plan, which — surprise, surprise — is all about electrification and sustainability goals.

Too many pledges have been made, so we’ve broken them down for you in this handy list, by the numbers.

  • 23: The number of total electrified vehicle models (15 EVs and 8 PHEV/hybrids) the automaker will introduced by 2030, representing more than 50% of its global sales
  • 4: The amount of revealed concept cars that showcase Nissan’s tranformation
  • 75%: How much of its Europe car sales are planned to be all-electric by 2026
  • 55%: How much of its Japan car sales are planned to be all-electric by 2026
  • 40%: How much of its China and US car sales are planned to be all-electric by 2026 and 2030, respectively
  • 65%: How much the introduction of cobalt-free tech will reduce the cost of lithium-ion batteries by 2028, when Nissan will also launch its proprietary all-solid-state batteries (ASSB)
  • $75: How much Nissan expects its ASSB will bring down the price per kWh by 2028, aspiring to achieve cost parity between EVs and internal combustion vehicles in the future
  • 52 GWh: How much the automaker will increase its global battery production capacity by 2026, aiming for 130 GWh by fiscal year 2030.
  • 2.5 million: The number of Nissan and INFINITY vehicles that will feature the ProPILOT autonomous driving tech by 2026
  • $17.6 billion: How much Nissan will invest within the next five years in support of Ambition 2030

Well, those are some pretty ambitious commitments and I honestly hope they can be realized — this time at least. Back in January, Nissan announced its aim to offer a fully-electric lineup of new vehicles by 2030, and not a mere 50% as it’s now pledged…