Paul Vandenburg’s prestige motor has been kitted out with Atlas Plumbing stickers and a roof rack for his equipment.
Vandenburg used to be a property developer in London and New Zealand before moving to the plumbing industry six months ago.
He admits using a luxury car as a company vehicle has its drawbacks. The Continental GT’s 12-cylinder, six-litre engine guzzles about £170 of fuel driving up and down the New Zealand’s North Island each week.
"But if it gets the company noticed then it's a good thing," said Vandenburg.
He added he was also looking to acquire a new Ferrari to further promote his business.