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2015-06-24 13:00

EMOJI SPEAK: Chevrolet created an entire press release out of emoji's.Image:Chevrolet

In a cheeky effort to appeal to millennials, people born between 1983 and 2000, Chevrolet in the US has made an important announcement: but there's a catch - it's all 'written' in emoji language!

The question is, can you crack the code?

Put your emoji lingo skills to the test! Chevrolet is celebrating a brand-new reveal but there’s a catch?

See the full-sized message here.

Do you speak emoji?  You may have noticed that your text messages and e-mails are not so black and white any longer because the trend by millennials is to communicate by typing emojis - and it's gaining traction with older folk.

Watch US comedia Norm Macdonald become an emoji whisperer:

Chevrolet says emojis are a global language and the new Chev Cruze is a global car, sold in more than 100 countries.

The cheeky language has stumped many adults and Chevrolet has posted it on its website, asking people to see if they can decode it.

Click on the gif below:

Think you can figure out the message?

Go to chevygoesemoji.com

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