2016 Pilot, Touring Trim, 9 speed auto trans - Yesterday my wife was pulling into a store's parking spot with her foot on the brake slowing down when all of a sudden the engine increased RPM's and shot forward. She had her foot firmly on the brake pedal applying as much pressure as she could, but she could not slow down the vehicle. The car raced over a parking barrier and dropped sideways over 4 feet to the parking area below. The driver's side front air curtain deployed which prevented her from striking the drivers window with her head. However when the air curtain deployed the engine did not turn itself off even though the Pilot was laying on its side. I searched the internet and there have been numerous instances of the Honda Pilot experiencing this problem with the common denominator being the car was moving slowly and the driver had applied light pressure to the brake pedal. The car is a total loss which is a shame because this was the best Honda we have ever owned. I guess its back to the CR-V now. Has anyone else experienced this problem and is Honda Motors aware of this as I think they are? luckily no one has been killed by this event but its just a matter of time.