"The Cullinan has a majestic presence, though in photographs devoid of street furniture and other vehicles, it doesn't look quite as imposing as expected. Even up close and personal -- we were given a sneak peek at the Rolls-Royce factory at Goodwood a few weeks ago -- it's difficult to comprehend how big the Cullinan is, a tribute to the confident, precisely proportioned sheetmetal styled under the direction of Rolls-Royce design director Giles Taylor.
"At 210.3 inches, the Cullinan is a quarter inch longer overall than a Lincoln Navigator and 2 inches lower, and it rides on a 129.7-inch wheelbase that's a massive 7.2 inches longer than the big Lincoln's. From the front, there's no mistaking it's a Rolls-Royce. That famous grille stands proud, well forward of the headlights and fenders. The bustle tail -- a nod to the trunks literally strapped to the rear of Rolls-Royces in the 1920s -- and an elegant sedanlike C-pillar give the Cullinan a more carlike demeanor than regular two-box SUVs."
-- Angus MacKenzie, Motor Trend