Manchester United manager José Mourinho shocked workers at Jaguar's Solihull car plant when he turned up to collect his new F-Pace – the 100,000th one to be produced.
The Premier League manager visited the plant and appeared on the actual production line as he looked over his new F-Pace.
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Mourinho donned his own personalised Jaguar overalls as he made the surprise visit to the busy Solihull production plant, where cars such as the Jaguar XE saloon, Jaguar F-Pace, Land Rover Discovery and the Range Rover are built. He gave a motivational team talk to workers at the plant, too.
He met staff at the plant and even did his own quality checks before driving his new F-Pace off the production line. He has been a brand ambassador for JLR since 2014 and was the first UK customer to receive an F-Type sports car in 2014.
Mourinho said: "It was an amazing experience to visit Jaguar's factory and see all the cars, technology and hard work that goes into developing such a beautiful car. Jaguar is a brand that I have been involved with for many years."
Ian Callum, director of design at Jaguar, said: "It's great to have one of the most successful football managers drive the F-Pace. Just like José Mourinho, the F-Pace is all about individual style and top performance."