From my understanding, the consistency in ACID is ensuring the data integrity.
However, the consistency in CAP means the data can appear quickly in distributed system.
Does that mean: they are not the same concept?
They are not really the same, because of the scope of the data
CAP theorem: specifies that a distributed system can provide two services (ex. Availability and Partition tolerance) but never three. If for example, a service provides Availability and Partitioning it can never ensure Consistency, not immediately, thus Eventual Consistency is used, which allows the infrastructure to flux between inconsistency and consistency, however at one point, sooner or later, the infrastructure will become consistent, resulting in eventual consistency. Cloud services work in such fashion and Amazon's Simple DB uses eventual consistency.
ACID features are usually applied to relational DBs. If you want to apply ACID in a distributed fashion (distributed DB), ACID uses 2PC(two-phase commit) to force consistency across partitions. However since ACID provides consistency and partitioning, applying the CAP theorem for (distributed environments) this will mean that availability is compromised.
Because of this, BASE (Basically available, soft state, eventually consistent) is used which can provide levels of scalability that cannot be obtained with ACID.
Hope this helps.