I have AWD, that same spec on my rims and went with 225/35 and 255/30. You will need to roll or shave fenders.
I've previously ran 225/35 and 265/ 30 also, depending on tire availability. Car is lowered about 2".
These pics are with Conti DWS 225/35 and 265/30-20. I now roll TOYO 225/35 and 255/30, which are a bit stretch on a 10" wide rear. I would have stuck with Continentals but they discontinued the 265/30-20 size and dont offer 255/30-20. Good Luck!
That looks really clean. I like it. That's what I was wonderig right there. I can live with shaving and even rolling if need be. I just needed to know how they played out and id the AWD system agreed with it.
Cool man.. and good luck. The only thing that sucks is the vibration and wobbles thats typical with the AWD when lowering. I've had my car lowered and riding staggered tires for about 65K miles, no issues so far with transmission or AWD system