Honda announced that the all-new Honda Pilot will make its premiere at the 2015 Chicago Auto Show next month. To spice things up a bit, the automaker also revealed a rendering of the new vehicle.

2016 Honda Pilot is said to be completely reworked in order to bring optimized comfort, and hopefully less awkward and ugly design. Being able to offer seats for up to eight people, the new model obviously focuses on comfort, flexibility and spaciousness. It is true that "graceful" is not a word that can be used to describe the previous Pilot but this time around, the automaker promises to give us something better, different and more attractive.

As you can see from the teaser image, the silhouette seems to be more flowing and not as sharp as what's come before. Hopefully this time the sweeping lines and not so pointy angles will help the new model stand out from the growing crowds of crossovers.

Apart from the picture, Honda hasn't revealed any other specific details about the new Honda Pilot. Nevertheless, the crossover is expected to receive a V6 3.5-liter direct-injection engine as well as a pack of the latest and most advanced technologies. An estimated output is that of around 310 bhp (231 kW).

More information is yet to be revealed. Meanwhile you can check out 2015 Honda Pilot Special Edition and 2012 Honda Pilot and see if you can compare them to what we have of the upcoming model.

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Source: Honda