There are a few features that set the Cullinan apart though, starting with the larger infotainment system in the center stack, the revised passenger section of the dashboard, the wider center console, and the slightly different door armrests. The seats are different too, but they’re obviously based on the Phantom’s. Are these features enough to make the Cullinan stand on its own? Not really.
The good news is that the SUV is similar to the Phantom when it comes to luxury features too. The center stack has hand-finished metal pillars, most surfaces are wrapped in Box Grain, durable and water resistant leather, while the genuine wood trim is molded in three dimensions for a high-tech look. Several areas are heated for maximum comfort, including the front door armrests, front center console lid, lower C-Pillar, rear side armrests and rear center armrest.