* Testing in four Canadian provinces * No impact from public safety concerns By Allan Dowd VANCOUVER, March 25 (Reuters) - The controversy surrounding safety issues at Toyota Motor Corp has not changed the way it is market testing the new plug-in version of its Prius Hybrid, the director of Toyota Canada said on Thursday. Toyota unveiled its plans on Thursday to test the vehicle in four Canadian provinces over the next year, hoping to find out, in part, how consumers will use the ...
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