No. The physical qualities of the disc are already set. Track width is especially already well set, and no drive is capable of doing to DVDs what the Plextor Premium and other similar drives did with CDs regarding extending the pits and lands. A CD-only drive would have no clue how to use the media, as wouldn't other DVD drives that expect set standards.
If this existed, old stereos would likely be the FIRST to reject such media, due to the physical differences between the two media and the differences in standards, the way a table of contents is written to the media, etc.