So, Chevy called in help from the Emojis.
The car company released a press release Monday written only in Emojis, or the smileys and other pictures often used in text messages and social media.
Chevy is testing people to crack the code, and has provided a couple hints on their Twitter page. (Click on the white space above the tweets if you cannot see the hints.)
They say they'll post a decoder at 2 p.m. Tuesday. We'll keep you posted.