High Octane red pearl finish is very similar to the Candy Apple Red made famous by late-1960s Honda motorcycles.

Chrysler has announced two limited-edition models that will be launched in the first quarter of 2014 to commemorate the centenary of the Dodge brand - and given the current renaissance of the muscle-car idiom, it's no surprise that one is a Charger and the other a Challenger.

Each of the 100th Anniversary Dodge Special Editions comes with what Chrysler calls the 'High Octane' red pearl finish (very similar to the Candy Apple Red made famous by late-1960s Honda motorcycles, and doesn't it look good on a muscle-car!), special 20" alloy rims, commemorative badging and, a special key fob and an owner's kit that includes a specially produced book commemorating 100 years of Dodge heritage.

Here to walk us through these very special muscle-cars is a very special lady - brand manager Jenna Kirkpatrick.