The Toyota T100 was the first attempt by a Japanese manufacturer to offer a full-size pickup to compete with the offerings from Chevrolet, Ford, and Dodge. Toyota had built a great reputation for reliability but that was with compact pickup trucks. The Toyota T100 parts were reliable but it was not the sales success that Toyota had hoped for. Lack of different body configurations and lack of an available V8 engine were two of the biggest problems. TRD attempted to rectify that with the introduction of an optional supercharger for the V6 and a range of extended cab and extended bed body styles but sales never took off. Toyota completely redesigned and rethought out their full-size and made the all-new Tundra. The Tundra became a bigger success.