....to be able to climb into the Stratos Zero, pull the wheel back and pull the lid down. The actual driving...who cares, dynamically, I can't see the concept being all that great..nice fat a-pillars and near nil side visibility will see to that...but I'll repeat myself, who cares.
You write that the car has Fulvia 'front and rear transaxles and drive train'? Surely some mistake?
The car has the FWD drive train from the Fulvia transplanted into the back, with the Fulvia front wishbones replaced by MacPherson struts - wishbones would mean no room for your legs