The answer, apparently, depends on how much you love the look of your car.
The question of whether a battery is more efficient depends largely on whether you like the way it looks.
That’s according to a new study from the University of California at Berkeley, which found that, depending on the materials you use for your battery, it can vary from being 50% efficient at powering your car to being 85% efficient.
“Our findings suggest that the performance of your battery may depend on how well it’s designed,” said the study’s lead author, Christopher Nesvak, in a statement.
As far as the look goes, it may come down to how well you can get rid of the paint, which can be costly.
The best way to reduce the amount of paint is to paint the outside of your vehicle in the same color as your battery.
A battery, of course, has many other benefits, including its ability to reduce heat, reduce dust and improve air quality.
However, some car owners don’t like the appearance of their car, and prefer to get rid, for instance, of the factory exhaust.
While that’s not a problem for most people, the study noted that some people prefer a more modern look.
Nesvack said that a good way to assess the battery’s performance is to compare it with other car batteries, which are more efficient.
That way, you can see how far it’s progressed and how much it’s improved over the years.
And if you are a car owner, he said, you may want to consider getting a good looking battery.