There are just 5 cars in the MoMA museum. And you`re looking at one of them. Jaguar E-Type was pure beauty with design mix based on natural shapes and surrealist fluidity. The fact it was faster than a Ferrari and twice cheaper helped to establish not just iconic status but good sales numbers. The two-seat E-Type roadster was the fastest production sports car on the market in 1961. Its design was influenced by the race cars – a functional and beautiful bulletlike silhouette. Probably that’s why Enzo Ferrari credited the E-Type as the most beautiful car in the world, when he saw it for a first time.