Answer is option(A).
The lightning charge goes around the outside of the vehicle, creating a Faraday effect and protecting the occupants inside. However the occupant should not touch the interior metallic areas on a vehicle,
The car provides protection from lightning, as the metal frame directs lightning currents to the ground, but vehicle can be damaged. Lightning damage to a car includes pitting, arcing and burning along with electrical system issues.
Rubber tires being insulator keep it from being grounded, which lessens the possibility that your car would get striked.
If your car had anything metal making direct contact with the earth, it would be more grounded, the more contact the more grounded.
Hence it is better to remain in car during thunderstorm fall.