Honda will introduce a redesigned Pilot SUV during Chicago Auto Show, scheduled to open its gates during February.
The three-row SUV designed, developed and manufactured in US will have a new design and new technologies, versatility, and dynamics currently unavailable in the mainstream SUV segment. 
During the Chicago Auto Show, the new Pilot will sit along the redesigned CR-V crossover and some new design lines scheduled to be used on the Honda Ridgeline, another model sold in United States. 
The redesigned Pilot SUV will be launched at Honda dealerships nationwide this summer and will be part of this new design language.
The original Honda Pilot was introduced in 2002 as the first mainstream eight-passenger SUV. The Pilot and its engine are now produced at the company’s Lincoln, Alabama plant.