The Cadillac Starlight was a concept car that Cadillac presented at the Paris Motor Show in 1959. The Italian body manufacturer Pininfarina made a coupé for Cadillac that looked very similar to the Skylight coupé of the previous year. Together, the vehicles had the simple design. The radiator grille with thin, horizontal chrome bars extended across the entire width of the vehicle and also reached around the corners of the vehicle. Double headlights sat above, under which rectangular turn signals were embedded in the grille. The front and rear of the vehicle were tilted forward, but the tail fins were significantly smaller than those of the Skylight. The spoke wheels had whitewall tires.
The special feature of the Starlight was the coupé roof made of plexiglass, which could be covered with four metal plates from the inside. If this cover was not desired, the four parts could be stored individually behind the parcel shelf.