The M2 is much more practical than many of its sports car rivals. The fact you get two rear seats immediately makes it easier to live with than Porsche's two-seat Cayman, although anyone over six-foot tall will struggle for head room in the back. Leg room also disappears rapidly should you have a pair of tall people sitting in the front.
You get decently sized door pockets up front, a cubbyhole under the central armrest and a glovebox that’s a good size. Making the M2 even more practical is its sizable 390-litre boot – that's officially 10 litres more space than you get in a VW Golf and easily enough for a couple of big suitcases. The boot opening is a little narrow, though, so in reality the M2 isn't as practical as a simiarly powerful hatchback, such as the Audi RS3.