What's the point of the question?
Lots of end users want a laptop with 32g.
Windows overhead, Visual Studio, Linux VMs, multiple docker containers, local dynamodb, sql database, queues, etc. If you're developing locally against a workflow with a few VMs in the mix, 16gb can be an incredible constraint. I'm not trying to simulate hundreds of users, just one across a stack.
the demand for 32g in a laptop was greater than the demand for a touchbar, I can tell you that.
Fortunately, there’re some ultrabooks on the market with user-upgradeable RAM. This article says Intel CPUs supports 16GB DDR3L modules since Broadwell, i.e. you should be able to install 32GB yourself:
It becomes essential once you start running VM's or Docker etc
Remember, this is a fanless design so thermal throttling will be insane, just like on the macbook and the xps13.