Toyota had already established itself in the compact pickup market when it introduced the T-100 in the early 1990s. Though a full-size pickup, the T-100 was relatively small and didn’t present a serious challenge to rivals from Ford, Chevy and Dodge.
In 2000, Toyota replaced the T-100 with the Tundra. Though a more successful full-size effort, the Tundra only became a threat to American rivals when it was redesigned in 2007. The current model offers a variety of cab sizes, bed lengths and engines.