As a driving environment, the M2's cabin is an effective one, if not the most luxurious. Getting comfortable is easy thanks to a wide range of adjustment in both the steering wheel and seat. The driver's seat is also nicely supportive, gripping you tightly during cornering, although adjusting the height of the seat is fiddly and you have to pay extra for adjustable lumbar support.
There’s a fair amount of leather and Alcantara spread around the cabin, along with soft-touch plastics in all the areas you interact with the frequently. Investigate further, though, and you find some scratchy surfaces that highlight the relatively low starting price of 2 Series the M2 is based on. Some may also find the carbonfibre trim across the dashboard a little tacky.
Furthermore, you will find the M2’s slightly offset pedals compromise your driving position. Although this is irritating at first, you do get used to it. You do at least get a decent amount of standard kit including sat-nav controlled by BMW’s excellent iDrive system.