A slight edit , with the latest Dragon v2 image: https://twitter.com/SpaceX/status/562313940982456321
(Does anyone know what CST-100's latest progress image would look like?)
The same as it is now: Bare pressure hull. Boeing is only going into full hardware production and spacecraft integration (for both test articles and flight articles) after the overall CST-100 CDR (this March). What you saw on that stage is the current progress of CST-100 spacecraft integration.
SpaceX seems to be further along. They have something that at least 'looks' like an integrated spacecraft, even integrated with some sort of trunk (fins included!) for the upcoming abort test. We know from public sources that this includes a flight type pressure hull, flight type recovery system, flight type abort system, etc, etc.
A similar abort test for CST-100 is planned for early 2017, a full two years later than SpaceX.
Seems to me this also explains the large difference in funding for Boeing and SpaceX under CCtCAP. Boeing simply has yet more work to perform.