Toyota Canada and Ontario partners join together to test real-world
use of the newest automotive advanced technology
TORONTO, Aug. 23 /CNW/ - The Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid (PHV) hits
Canadian roads and signals a new era in sustainable mobility for
Canadians. As part of a nationwide Prius PHV test trial program, join
Toyota Canada and provincial partners the Province of Ontario (Ministry
of Energy, Ministry of Transportation), Ontario Power Generation, the
City of Toronto and the AUTO21 Network of Centres of Excellence as they
deliver the first Toyota Prius PHV to the province and 'plug-in' to a
new sustainable mobility evolution.
Beginning this summer and continuing for the next 12 months, the Ontario
partners will share their Prius PHV, which will be fitted with
telematics equipment to record vehicle and hybrid system performance.
This feedback will deliver critical technical and consumer acceptance
feedback of the Prius PHV, unique to the Canadian market.
What: Prius Plug-In Hybrid delivery to Ontario test trial partners
Who: Toyota Canada and Ontario test trial partner representatives
will be on hand and available for interviews:
Rick Jennings, Assistant Deputy Minister, Energy Supply, Transmission
and Distribution Policy
Cara Clairman, Vice President of Sustainable Development, Ontario
Joe Pantalone, Deputy Mayor, City of Toronto
Dr. Peter Frise, Scientific Director and CEO, AUTO21 Network of
Centres of Excellence
Yoichi Tomihara, President Toyota Canada Inc.
Tuesday, August 24 at 11:30am
Toyota Canada Inc. Head Office - South Trillium Room
SOURCE Toyota Canada Inc.
For further information: For further information:
Toyota Canada Inc.
Consultant, Public Relations