Well it's hard to tell. I haven't seen any video's of the Bolt EV hooked up to a high powered CCS. All the data I have seen so far have been with the Bolt EV hooked up to a 100 or 125A limited CCS station. The nominal pack voltage of the Bolt EV is 350VDC so peak charging voltage would go no higher than 400VDC.Bolts DC Fast charge is ~23kw in 30 minutes for ~90 miles range, not to far behind the 23kw in 23 minutes your video shows. I'd take GM's well researched and proven technology any day over a company that has never had a production tested EV before.
I understand both the Bolt EV and IONIQ Electric have cells sourced from LG Chem, but I don't know if the chemistry is the same. Obviously the battery enclosure and thermal management systems are different.If the chemistry is similar, and I suspect it is since Hyundai is likely using the Korean version of lithium ion, you'd think the charging characteristics would be similar. GM has been very cautious though so it's possible that the charging power is lower. However, at the moment all these issues are somewhat academic. When the 150 kW CCS chargers start showing up we may see what the Bolt EV is capable of.