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Well that was an enjoyable 106 seconds: Sir Harold Evans recently discussed his car-driving history with AOL Autos. The former Sunday Times editor, and husband of Newsweek/Daily Beast editor Tina Brown, updates us on what he's driving now (we were as shocked as you will be), what he drove last weekend (it seems he mainly liked its keys) and what he'd like to be driving when he and his wife go "off into the sunset" (it involves a bed).

One last thought: "It's called Taurus, which is a bull" ought to be the new Ford marketing slogan.

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