I have the 'off road' wheels ( very easy to clean ) and they come with the Goodyear Asy 2 summer tyre which reviews well. The side wall is quite 'wide' and there is no chance of kerbing your alloys so thats also a plus.
Mine came with the normal Pirelli Scorpion Verde summer tyres. They performed well during last winter, and like Overcliffe's Goodyears, the Pirellis have a wide side wall, which minimises the chances of kerbing the alloys.
I presume the TS did mean as OEM fitted, not after-market possibility's.
Your Q3 will have Summer Tyres unless you order the optional All-Weather-Tyres. The Brand you get may vary but all have the approval of Audi.
As CoCoPops says as long as they are the correct spec they will be fine, but why the Uniroyals? They have not had particularly good reviews over recent years, Uniroyals have seemed to have stagnated from when they were a really good tyre majoring on excellent wet performance to just an average tyre nowadays. From reviews out there you can find much better alternatives in the market.
I am not wishing to start a "what tyres best" thread, but just pointing out there are many better choices according to reviews.Edited by: Boxbrownie