First of all, I congradulate you on your new car, it is a nice lookin ride.
On the basis of the knowledge I have, I do have a couple of suggestions for your own good.
I do not reccomend after market rims (wheels) on any car unless and untill they EXACTLY match the specifications of the rims (wheels) that originally came with the Car.If your new wheels are EXACTLY similar to the Factory wheels in terms of width AND height than it is OK otherwise my reccomendation is to get them off the car immediately and put the originals back on the car.
I also have comments on the tires that you have on your car, first of all they are not at all the reccomended size. secondly these tires (probably rate for speeds in excess of 200km/hr)are not at all designed for your Car. These type of sports tires are designed for high powered performance cars/hatch backs and thus have a stiff side walls and high rolling resistance. Your vehicle is not designed to handle the extra stresses generated by these tires and therefore the vehicle chassis, suspension components, and drive train components ( transmission, engine, drive shafts etc would see premature, accelerated wear and tear.
For virtually 99% of the cars on the road, A T rated tire is more than sufficient and SUITABLE for more than 99.9% of the vehicles on Pakistani Roads. An H rated tire would also be OK but i dont reccomend for any other higher speed rated tires.