For some more figures....
Porsche Cayenne: Baseline (2012 and earlier) 7,3sec; Diesel V6 (2013) 6,8 sec; Diesel V8 (2013) 5,3 sec; S (2011) 5,6 sec; S (2015) 5.1 sec; S hybrid (2011) 6,2 sec; S E-hybrid (2016) 5,2 sec; Turbo (2015 and earlier) 4,2-4,3 sec; Turbo S (2016) 3,8 sec.
Ford Mustang: Ecoboost (2015, various): 5,3-6,0 sec; V6 (2016): 5,3 sec; GT (2015, various) 4,3-4,7 sec
It's funny how much we've gotten used to these sort of performance figures being affordable (mid-5 figures). 5 seconds was supercar speeds back in the 1980s (e.g. 1985 Ferrari Testarossa). Nowadays, for an econobox you get figures like 8,3 sec (2016 Civic EX sedan); 8,0 sec (2017 Camry XSE); etc. And even the econoboxes have options to improve performance - for example for $35k you can get a Camry getting closer to a baseline Model 3's performance (XSE V6, 6,1 sec), and Honda has the sporty Civic Type R beating a baseline Model 3 (4,9 sec) for around the same price (although with less impressive standard features and much higher operating costs). By comparison, the 1973 Honda Civic had a 0-60 of 19,1 sec