By 2020, the tyres will be manufactured in two separate plants in the UK, with RTE offering its performance plus tyre for both products.
That means the tyre will be available for all cars and SUVs from 2019.
The tyre will feature a design similar to the Michelin tyres that are used in the 2016 US Grand Prix, with the sole design to be identical to the 2017 tyre.
It will feature two different tread designs, with two different levels of wear.
There will also be a tyre with an aluminium alloy tread pattern, similar to those used in Formula One, which RTE says will offer a “smooth ride” and “better grip” than standard tyres.
A new tyre called “Cadet” will be introduced, and will offer “superior grip” over standard tyres, with its tread being “less puncture resistant” and with “better tread characteristics”.
All the new tyres will come with RT Performance Plus, a tire that RTE will describe as a “specialised performance tyre”.
It is not yet known how many tyres will become available, but it is expected to be around 300,000 for the new car.
RTE said it would be able to offer the tyres in the US, but there was no confirmation of the timeframe.
“We expect the US market to remain a significant market for RTE tyres, and we are looking at a range of options for future tyres in both the US and globally,” said RTE chief executive Mark Bilton.
He added that the company would be “working closely with manufacturers to ensure we deliver the right tyre for the right customer”.
The US is currently the market leader in global tyres, having already made a major dent in that market when the new 2016 Ferrari F12berlinetta was unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
Other markets, such as China, Japan and Brazil, will follow.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) and Peugeot are also expected to use RTE Performance Plus tyres for the US model.
Earlier this year, RTE also unveiled the 2018 Peugeots Concept R, which will come in three colours, blue, red and white.
Its tyre will come equipped with the Michexo aluminium compound, which is more durable than the Michelins compound.
Peugeot is also looking to sell its own performance tyres in China, with a tyre for a 2018 model due to be introduced in the second half of 2019.RTE also confirmed it is in talks with a number of suppliers, including Michelin and Continental.
We will do everything that we possibly can to make sure that we don’t disrupt the market.”