Maybe I missed it, but does the report say exactly how much time/distance there was for the car to react to the truck pulling out in front of it? If it was just a few seconds I doubt even a human with lighting fast reactions could have done much about making a proper evasive move.
No, nobody is talking about this and preliminary police report doesn't include this info.
The final police report may not be available for several weeks or even months.
From the police graph of the accident scene I think Tesla driver could stop his car if he applied the brake as soon as the truck started to make the left turn, if he was in control of the car not the autopilot.
I posted more than 1 comment about Tesla autopilot, I would not pay for it if it is an option for model 3, if it is a standard equipment I will either remove it if it is a physical part or disable it if possible if it is a software, or never use it.
I prefer smart/adaptive cruise control, I think this is better than dumb cruise control which I used a lot.