Designed with input from dealers and OEM partners, the tire offers high traction, stubble puncture protection, uniform pressure distribution and minimal soil/crop damage, according to Ceat.
The tire is initially available in size 28LR26, with more sizes and a VF variant planned for release towards end of the year.
Ceat will also present its largest ag tire, the IF850/75 R42 Torquemax, designed specifically for an original equipment fitment to be announced soon.
"Our tires on display at the Farm Progress Show reflect Ceat Specialty's unflagging commitment to provide North American farmers with technologically-advanced products," Ceat Specialty Tyre CEO Amit Tolani said. "We are celebrating five years now in North America and could not be more pleased with the acceptance of our products by farmers and ranchers here."
Ceat manufactures farm, mining and earthmover, industrial, and construction equipment tires, as well as special application off-road tires.