FWIW, here's a pic of my daughters Porsches. They are 156 cm long and have side cut dimensions of about 105-63-92.
Before she got these skis, my daughter was very frustrated by doing the right things, but not having her skis respond properly when she would try to carve turns. She also felt like her rental skis would chatter and vibrate uncontrollably at speed, and I had to spend a lot of time waiting for her to catch up and wondering why she was hesitant on some steeper pitches.
Getting these skis fixed all those problems. She really liked getting skis that did what they were told to (takes after her dad). They are a lively ski and stable at reasonable speeds. The only thing they are not great at is skiing refrozen crud and thick coral reef with basetball-sized death cookies; they feel too light and brittle in that stuff. Daughter says they are not good in crud (the crud was very frozen). I can see why not.
I think they were specially designed as some sort of engineering contest and sold as expensive boutique skis. They are similar to the P50 slalom Carver from 2002.