No way. My car will light up and warn me with sounds when the road is curving too much for my speed. If my 3 year old $30k American car can falsely alert me of a truck carrying magnetic gravel as a wall in front of me and slam on my brakes, why the hell can't a $100k Tesla not do the same? Because the developers didn't know how to handle the scenario and decided to code it out.
Also, my dealer ingrained in my head that the auto stop is not magic and requires my constant attention even though I can take my hands and feet completely away from the car. Read that again, my dealer sat down and told me to always pay attention, keep my feet near the pedals and hands on the wheels. My Tesla owning friend was not given the same story.
So if Tesla had done what my primative car doess and mutes the stereo and flashing lights and loud sounds everywhere, I would have raised my head said "oh shit" slammed on the brakes and tried to avoid the trailer. Except my car would have been stopping already. Would I have hit? probably. Would I have a better chance of walking away? probably.