CAMP PENDLETON, CA – With his hair whipping in the wind, Anthony Kiedis, the front man for the Red Hot Chili Peppers, emerges from General Motors Corp.’s hydrogen fuel-cell concept vehicle and thrusts his tattoo-covered arms in the air in a victory salute. The frenetic singer of the rock/funk band, who drove the Chevrolet Sequel along mainly sequestered roads at the massive Marine Corps base here, runs over to shake hands with Larry Burns, GM vice president-research and development and ...
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